Fortnite Chapter 2 end allegedly leaked thanks to a TikTok ad

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Fortnite just can’t catch a break with leaks. First, dataminers uncovered a loading screen and event that revealed the end of Chapter 2. There was also a datamined map that looked a lot like the loading screen. Epic Games then announced that Fortnite Chapter 2 will conclude with The End event on December 4 at 4 PM ET. Now, a Twitter user has released a recording of an alleged Fornite TikTok ad that shows what that end might look like. Oh, and The Rock may be joining Fortnite as well.

The Twitter user describes themselves as a Fortnite leaker and goes by the name freddythefox_YT. They claim that they were on TikTok when the video showing the ending to Fortnite Chapter 2 played as an ad. It’s a mystery why this video hasn’t appeared to anyone else.


You can check out the video for yourself below. What it shows is a group of players walking along the hilltops of the current Fortnite map. As they’re surveying the land from the iconic hilltop featured in the Chapter 2 map reveal, something watery detonates above them. We see the characters pulled underwater into a bright light. And then one is left floating on the surface of the water, while the Fortnite island flips over entirely. There are also ominous-looking spaceships hovering above it, but they get sucked into some kind of black hole.

The video ends with the title, “Fortnite Chapter 3.” The first half of the video uses footage from the original Fortnite Chapter 2 Launch Trailer. As for the rest, it could be the first glimpse of the Chapter 3 trailer. However, the characters used in the video before the explosion and after are different. The editing seems suspicious to me.

Logan Broadley
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