The studio has definitely promoted the title in a creative way, as many in-game assets have now been disappearing due to dimensional rifts showing up, with the portals having supposedly transported them to our world. If you've yet to unlock season 4's Omega skin, then, you've only got a few days left to do so.
As confirmed by Epic Games earlier this month, Fortnite Season 4 is due to end on Wednesday, July 11. There isn't yet any news on what the Season 5 Battle Pass will contain, but I'm expecting a wide variety of items that are inspired by the Wild West, yes, but also other eras.
Battle Pass owners will also get the chance to earn XP more quickly by completing weekly challenges.
It seems more likely that the new update will go live late on Wednesday, or early on Thursday, July 12. Although Supply Llamas aren't a part of this portal craziness (yet), it's still interesting to see them showing up in the real world.
How long will Season 5 last?
Most patches include content and bugfixes for both games, so it seems nearly inevitable that a big update is heading to Fortnite Battle Royale. This time around, it looks like players will be seeing features from other worlds, as rifts open up and bring items in and out of reality. Now, it seems as if Epic Games is content to continue marketing the hybrid construction shooter by way of real-life props, as there have recently been multiple sightings of Loot Llamas across Europe.