Fortnite live event UK: Gamers risk missing Operation Sky Fire

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Epic Games is launching what could be one of the most ambitious Fortnite live events ever.

But they’ve also warned that some gamers are at risk of missing out on what’s been called Operation Sky Fire.

As with previous events, Fortnite fans can jump into the game early to make sure they can reserve a spot.

Epic Games never designs these events to have a cap on the number of participants, but it’s always hard to say how many players can register at the same time.

And that’s why the Fortnite support team is warning anyone interested in joining, thirty minutes before it all starts.

And for today’s Fortnite event, that means joining the dedicated servers at 8:30 PM BST. The event itself starts at 9pm BST or 4pm EDT if you live in the United States.

So why are gamers being warned to miss out on this week’s Operation Sky Fire live event?

Epic Games has confirmed that they will not be repeating today’s Fortnite live event at any point in the future.

This means that if you want to enjoy it with your friends, you need to reserve your seat early and make sure you don’t lose the connection.

There won’t be any other times to play it, meaning Fortnite gamers in the UK will need to be free by 9pm BST.

A post from Epic Games explains: “Operation: Sky Fire — Fortnite’s Chapter 2 Season 7 ending event — takes place on September 12 at 4 p.m. ET. Join an assault team and sneak aboard the mothership to take the last message from IO to the invading Aliens.

“The Operation: Sky Fire event playlist will be available 30 minutes prior to the start for players to jump in and reserve their spot in the mission.

“Make sure to log in early and be on standby for the start time. You can join the event with a full lobby of 16 friends, so bring the whole team and more to help you complete Slone’s secret mission.

“For content creators and players looking to relive the moments of Operation: Sky Fire, note that replays for the event will not be available. Take the right steps to capture and archive your experience to share with everyone.”

Operation Sky Fire will be the last major event before Epic Games ends Fortnite Season 7 and launches Season 8.

No set release date has been shared for when the switchover will take place, but it seems likely we’ll find out more about it tomorrow.

And based on past seasons, we expect Fortnite Season 8 to kick off around September 13, unless Epic Games decides to make a very quick turnaround after the event.

Complete all remaining Epic Quests and exchange your Battle Stars for the rewards you desire before Operation: Sky Fire begins. All remaining Alien Artifacts must be collected in the same way and exchanged for your favorite Kymera styles and options.

“All unclaimed Battle Stars or Alien Artifacts at the end of Chapter 2 Season 7 will be automatically redeemed for rewards and styles, starting with the earliest unlocks available, so if you want to get your hands on a particular option, trade them in now.”

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