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Epic Games has launched its first official tease of Fortnite Season 5 and confirmed a few things we already understood. At a tweet on Monday afternoon, the business said that the newest Fortnite season was only three days off. Though the July 12 release date has been previously declared, it is wonderful to have it supported since Epic may sometimes be a little late on their release -- looking at you Playground Mode.
While the official release date is fine, it's not the only tease at the tweet, which seems to feature a mask emerging from one of the rifts that keep popping in-game up. While enthusiast speculation around the mask is currently heating up online, it seems probably that this can be really a reference to the Japanese kitsune, or fox. According to Japanese yokai folklore, the kitsune can shapeshift -- largely into human form -- and owns various supernatural attributes.
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about fortnite[/url] Season 5, it will appear to be the first reference to Japan we have seen so far. Though other eras of history have appeared -- such as wooden carriages, pirate anchors or references to early Egypt -- that is actually the first time we've seen something which points to Historical Japan as a possible influence to this season's heavily speculated, but still unconfirmed, time-travel motif.