Finally. Finally, Fortnite's dice can actually show us what's inside. Epic just announced that players would try to get in a match on November 4 at 1
I wonder if I would be surprised if Kevin Cube did not explode and spread over the map this coming Sunday when the event and the end of Fortnitemares are scheduled to take place.
Fort Roy Masters in Battle Royale ends Sunday, November 4th at 1:00 PM ET / 6:00 AM UTC. Complete the challenges of your fortnitemaker then to unlock the Dark Engine Glider. Log in early and be in battle to experience the one-off event starting at 13:00 ET / 18:00 UTC. pic.twitter.com/6lBVC4REySOctober 31, 2018
A summary of dice:
- Cube is called by lightning
- Cube moves around map printing
- Cube melts into Loot Lake  Cube lifts house at center center, becomes floating island
- Cube island visits all runes, juicing up
- Cube island heads back to Loot Lake
- Runes float to Cube Island
- Cube Iceland sucks juice out of the runes
- Cube island explodes
While I'm tired of dice games, I'm glad that zombies were not the last trick of the dice. Players have had mixed reactions to the addition of cube monsters, and while I think that some naysayers are cowards the likely deviation from the moaning little jerks with the Fortnitemares event will be welcome as long as Epic plants a flag and changes or adds something surprising. A quick glance at Twitter or underreddit confirms that Kevin's time is up. Most Fortnite players can all agree that while the cube began as captivating mystery, they have several moves on the map in different forms become worn.
The cube gets tired too, it looks, with cracks coming across the surface since Fortnitemares began. Sunday will most likely see the end of the cube era and kick management until the seventh season. Time flies when a dice does things forever.
You can bet that I'll be there to see everything go down, either through live stream or collecting a video after Kevin eats it, provided that Kevin eats it. Please eat it, Kevin.