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The debut of Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 4 is just a day away, and it seems we’ve received our last teaser. After Marvel hero Thor’s Hammer crashed down near Salty Springs and created a huge crater on Monday, the Bifrost from Asgard has now shown up. As predicted, this will likely play an integral role in Season 4. We’re not sure if it’s how Thor and other Marvel characters will arrive on the map, though. Speaking of Marvel characters, more than just Thor has been teased for the new season of Fortnite.
The Bifrost in Fortnite
Unfortunately for fans, the actual Bifrost bridge isn’t in Fortnite as of right now. While it would be cool to see the rainbow bridge in-game, it doesn’t make much sense for it to be transported along with the heroes.
However, what is in the game are the symbols left behind whenever someone uses the Bifrost. Thanks to @Tridzo, we can see these symbols near Weeping Woods in Fortnite.
As evident by the image, there are six symbols, which seem to indicate six heroes will come with Season 4. Who these heroes are isn’t quite confirmed but Fortnite‘s latest teaser clip could answer that question.
The War to save Reality begins tomorrow!
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) August 26, 2020
Both Marvel and Fortnite tweeted out a teaser but they’re different clips. In Marvel’s, we can clearly see the Titan Thanos. This might hint at the former Fortnite star coming to Season 4 as the main villain. However, he might be combated by Groot, Captain America, Wolverine, and other heroes.
Fortnite also tweeted out “The War to save Reality.” While a bit ominous, we can presume that Thanos will come to Season 4 and threaten life on the island. It will be up to the heroes to stop him before the season concludes. The new comic books in-game will likely be our insight into how the War is progressing all season long.
Fans won’t have to wait much longer for answers regarding Season 4. An update should come through in the early morning hours of August 27 that will reveal all.
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Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.