In the past few hours, Epic Games has updated the Fortnite Battle Royale Battle Pass timer, revealing and formalizing the start of Season 10, which will not start in mid-July as originally planned.
Fortnite Season 10 will start on August 1, 2019, and will presumably go on until late autumn, maintaining the usual ten-week duration. Throughout the month of July, it will therefore still be possible to dedicate oneself to finding the Fortbytes and all the rewards of the Battle Season 9 Pass.
The developers wanted to extend the current season so as not to put too much meat in the run-up to the Fortnite World Cup at the end of July, Season 10 will only start after the big event so as to give the players and pro players the maximum attention.
At the moment we do not know what will be the contents of the new season of Fortnite but considering the start in the middle of summer, we can expect time-based modalities precisely on the summer season, as well as skins and themed weapons.