The far-out event was presaged by Epic Games telling players on Thursday they might want to be in-game at the conclusion of the Fortnitemares event – and if that wasn’t specific enough, to be in game at 1 p.m. today. Those who were got treated to the laser show above.
Players then found themselves floating around inside Xenu’s consciousness or something, I don’t know, catching ethereal butterflies. Once one alighted on their fingertips, they were taken back to our space and time and glided in over Fortnite’s new map, in which Loot Lake sports a new island at its center.
Dan Hevia, who was parachuting in when the shit went down, probably had the best view of anyone.
Loot Lake has been sort of the Cube’s base of operations since it showed up Aug. 24. It rolled in there in mid-September, turning its surface purple and bouncy and covered in the mysterious runes that accompanied the Cube’s arrival.
At the beginning of Season 6, the Cube emerged floating into the sky along with the island that had been at the center areas. A bunch of other weird stuff happened, leaving the island in pieces as the Cube started to crack and get darker. That led to today’s exciting conclusion.
Article credit: https://www.polygon.com/2018/11/4/18062020/fortnite-cube-kevin-explodes-end-fortnitemares-video