Fortnite May Be Teasing A Giant Monster Invasion

Ice to see you.

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Now Playing: There's A Giant Monster Eyeball Under Polar Peak In Fortnite - GS News Update

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Fortnite appears to be teasing another world event, and this one is massive. A giant eyeball has appeared locked in the ice, and it very likely belongs to an equally enormous creature of some kind..

The eyeball can be spotted underneath Polar Peak, after recent volcanic activity shaved off some of the ice. It will even watch you and follow your movements if you happen to be close enough. Rumblings also suggest that the monster is able to move and won't stay locked in that iceberg forever.

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Speculation ranges from some kind of dragon to another movie tie-in with Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Whatever it is, it could represent a community event around taking down one enormous enemy, as Epic has been toying with the idea of collectively chipping away at an ultra-sized health bar. Recently it had users "vote" on a community reward by striking at an object encased in a vault, but that event ran into an error, forcing Epic to offer a replay.

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Fortnite has been frequently doing tie-ins with popular movies alongside their release, such as the recent events surrounding John Wick and Avengers: Endgame. For more on Fortnite, check out our Challenge Guide for a leg up on getting those battle stars and earning your cosmetic loot.

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