Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 2 draws to an end next week. However, unlike other Seasons we have seen in the game in the past, Chapter 3 Season 2 will end with a “one-time in-game event”. This event is called Collision, and it will begin at 1 PM PT or 4 PM PT on June 4. The Collision playlist will go live half an hour before the scheduled periods to give players enough time to team up and get ready for the epic final game.
Fortnite calls the upcoming event an “experience that’s out of this world.” Epic Games also has other stuff planned for the end of the season. Players who log in after 8 AM ET on June 4th will get to see a special loading screen and lobby track for the game. However, on the downside, Fortnite will be turning off replays for this one-off event. Thus, in case you desire to relive the game, you will have to record it on your end and store it in your local storage.
What are the Tasks and Quests to Complete Before the End of Chapter 3 Season 2?
Since the season is ending with such a crash, do not forget to go for the final grind and complete the remaining quests and claim the remaining rewards. Some quests and tasks that should not be missed include:
- Gathering the Omni Chips. Finish acquiring the remaining Omni Chips. These can be used to unlock various variants of the Omni Sword pickaxe skin available in the game.
- Special Quests. Complete Prowler’s Special Quests to claim the hefty rewards they come with.
- Spend all your Battle Stars. Use your remaining Battle Stars to claim as many rewards as possible. Battle Star count will be reset with the beginning of Chapter 3 Season 3.
- Spend the remaining Gold Bars. At the end of the season, the remaining Bars will expire too. Also, starting at 9 AM ET on May 31, a Bargain Bin Week starts in Fortnite. During this week, the cost of exotic item trades, character services, and similar offers will be slashed. This will help you get your hands off the remaining bars quickly.
As mentioned, Battle Stars and Omi Chips will be reset, and the unused Stars will automatically be redeemed for viable rewards. However, there is no such system for Chips, and if you have any that you don’t use, they will be lost after the Season 3 reset. The special event for wrapping up a Season is a great inclusion to Fortnite. From the graphics revealed, we guess it will be based on the sci-fi theme of the ongoing season. However, this is just mere speculation. Overall, we are looking forward to Collision.