Back on the Battle Bus! Fortnite returns with Chapter 2

Fortnite's black hole is over. The game returned Tuesday and unveiled Fortnite Chapter 2.

The mega-hit battle royale game Fortnite celebrated its season 10 finale Sunday with an event called "The End," but something unexpected happened around 2 p.m. A rocket blew up the game's island and dragged players into a black hole. Players were left with a mostly dark screen, a spinning black hole, and no way to play.

The game posted a video trailer of Chapter 2 Tuesday and invited players to "drop in to a New World."

Kotaku reports that the new season of Fortnite includes 13 new locations and a number of new features.

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