Fortnite Season 7 is approaching its final month and it is still managing to wow fans and players. What might particularly surprise players is the possible return of Kevin the Cube. From the looks of it, Epic Games could be preparing the way for season 8.
Many prominent Fortnite leakers are now advising at Kevin the Cube’s possible return to Fortnite Season 7. For the unenlightened, Kevin the Cube materialized near Paradise Palms on August 24, 2018, and was marked with creepy symbols, impossible to decipher. . The cube was last seen in Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 6, and Epic Games hasn’t revealed much about it.
Fortnite Season 7: Insiders Hint at Kevin the Cube’s Return
A week ago, a prominent leaker, HYPEX, took to Twitter to share some details on the state of affairs in Fortnite Season 7. He takes a look at his tweet below.
According to this leaker, developers have combined new files related to Kevin the Cube in Fortnite. The tweet also mentions the addition of some sort of rune vent. This paves way for the likely arrival of Kevin the Cube sometime around the end of Fortnite Season 7 or during the start of Season 8. Developers may have an event that returns the cube sometime during the end of season 7.
Aside from this, Fortnite season 6 viewed Raz, NPC who had a small part of Spire’s core very similar to Kevin the cube. He altered Raz’s body turning him into a powerful boss, Glyph Master Raz, competent in regulating Zero Point Crystals and drawing aliens.
He disappeared in Fortnite Season 7 also has not been seen since. Interestingly, but, it is known that this cube piece was still with him. It is believed that he could return during the Fortnite season 7 finale and somehow take Kevin the cube with him. Therefore, the story of Fortnite season 8 could be related to the return of Kevin the Cube.
Since these are all just leaks, players should take them with a grain of salt. Epic Games may or may not get the cube back. It could take a completely different route.
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