Fortnite Season 6 Zero Crisis Story Cinematic Premiere Time and Length Revealed

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Fortnite recently released the third teaser for the upcoming Season 6 and also revealed the date and time for the Zero Crisis Story Cinematic. We also got a leak about the length of the cinematic.

Fortnite Season 5 did not have an end-of-the-season event and a lot of players were bummed out about this. But that will all end as we have an event at the start of Fortnite Season 6. The new event format has been changed massively. This time players will no have to log into the game at specific times to enjoy the event.

Whenever you log in to Fortnite for the first time during the next season that’s when the event will start. This feature will make sure nobody has to miss the event due to school, work, or something else.

Fortnite recently revealed the third teaser for the upcoming Season 6. In the teaser image, we can see Agent Jonesy standing in front of the possible new Season 6 map. Along with the new teaser we got notification from the Fortnite official YouTube channel about the new Season 6 cinematic as well. A lot of players had a question on the back of their minds about the length of the cinematic.

A Fortnite leaker has recently revealed that as well.

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Fortnite Season 6 Zero Crisis Story Premiere Time:

The cinematic will be premiered on the official Fortnite YouTube channel on March 16th at 1 AM PST/ 8 AM GMT. That’s approximately 11 hours at the time of writing this article.

YouTube video

Fortnite Season 6 Cinematic Length:

HYPEX who is a prominent leaker well known among the Fortnite community also revealed the length of the cinematic. According to his recent Tweet, the Season 6 cinematic will be approximately 3:15 minutes long.

This length will give Fortnite lots of time to tell us about the story that’s going to unfold in the new season.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.