Prepare for the end of Fortnite Chapter 3 as we preview the upcoming ‘Fractured’ event due to go live on December 3.

Fortnite Chapter 3 is coming to an end quicker than anyone anticipated. A few weeks ago, during the FNCS Invitational 2022, Epic Games announced the Chapter 3 finale. The Fortnite Fracture event marks the beginning of Fortnite Chapter 4 and perhaps an entirely new Island to explore. 

Today, we’ll cover everything you need to know about the Fortnite Chapter 3 finale event, including how you can watch it and earn a free emote. Let’s prepare for what lies ahead in Fortnite Battle Royale.

How to watch the Fortnite Chapter 3 ‘Fracture’ finale event

The Fortnite Chapter 3 Fracture finale event only goes live on December 3 at 4 PM ET in Fortnite Battle Royale. Furthermore, this is a one-time-only experience, meaning you will not be able to catch the event afterward in-game. The Fracture playlist opens at 3:30 PM when you can queue and wait for it to begin. According to the Epic blog post, players can join up until 4:40 PM EST, so fear not if you’re a little late to the party.

How to unlock the ‘Toasty Roast Emote’ for free

Fortnite Toasty Roast emote
Toasty Roast Emote

With Fortnite Chapter 3 ending, Epic Games celebrates the conclusion with a free in-game emote. Those who log in to Fortnite between December 2 at 9 AM EST and December 4 at 2:45 AM EST will receive the reward depicted above. It’s the perfect emote to use during the Fracture event as the Fortnite community awaits what is on the horizon in Chapter 4.

Until there are concrete leaks, we won’t know what will happen in the Fortnite Fracture event. While we wait for the end, you would be wise to complete the Chapter 3 Season 4 Battle Pass before it’s too late. Additionally, Epic Games is bringing back themed weeks from November 22 to November 29 and November 29 to December. The first week is Avian Ambush, and the second is Bargain Bin week.

You won’t want to miss the Fortnite Chapter 3 ‘Fracture’ event, so tune in on December 3 and see what happens.

Stay tuned to esports.gg for more Fortnite news and updates!

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Matt “MJP” Pryor began following esports in 2008 when Halo 3 was on top of the world. He is now a Fortnite fanatic who has watched the game’s casual and competitive development since the 2019 Fortnite World Cup. Matt plays the game often while reporting on everything from skin collaborations to tournaments and everything in between.