Fans have been clamoring for an official first-person mode to be added to the Fortnite Battle Royale mode for quite some time. Now, their wish may finally be coming true.

The much-requested first-person mode is allegedly coming to Fortnite in Chapter 4 Season 2. This is according to a number of prominent Fortnite leakers, including HYPEX, Shiina, and iFireMonkey.

Of course, this doesn’t confirm that a first-person mode will be coming. However, the sheer number of leakers backing up this claim gives it a lot of credence.

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Leakers have also discovered that a highly anticipated anime character may be coming to Fortnite in Chapter 4 Season 2.

Leakers TSG and Shiina first discovered files for a first-person mode in Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode shortly after the 23.30v update dropped.

However, more recently, leakers have begun revealing information regarding the upcoming Chapter 4 Season 2, including the likelihood of a first-person mode being finally introduced.

Of course, the first-person mode has been a staple of Fortnite for a while. It is accessible in both the Save the World and Creative modes.

But, while some guns in Fortnite’s Battle Royale mode do switch to first-person when aiming, it is otherwise impossible to play in first-person.

When Is First-Person Mode Coming to Fortnite?

There is currently no confirmed date for the release of a first-person mode in the Fortnite Battle Royale mode.

However, if the leaks end up being true, then it is likely arriving at the beginning of Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 2 on March 10.

Additionally, Fortnite leaker Shiina encountered a bug that allowed them to access the first-person mode. This was back when the first-person files were initially discovered back in January 2023.

While the first-person mode accessed via the bug wasn’t finalized or polished, it gave fans an indication of what the feature would look like when officially implemented.

You can see the clip for yourself below:

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