Epic’s mysterious fort-building shooter, Fortnite, will get its big unveiling at the San Diego Comic-Con next month, the developer has confirmed.

The game was first announced via a CGI trailer last year, but was sadly a no show at E3 earlier this month, leaving excited fans feeling a little let down. The “Epic Games Presents: Fortnite Revealed” panel will allow attendees to be “the very first people in the world to see Fortnite in action,” according to developer.

Design director Cliff Bleszinski, producer Tanya Jessen, and lead artist Pete Ellis, will all be in attendance to discuss the game. If you are planning on attending the event the panel will be held in room 6A on July 12. The room only seats 1000, so be sure to get there quick.

If you can’t afford a trip to San Diego then don’t worry, because we will have all the details right here.

What are you looking forward to most about Fortnite?


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