Epic chose two or three days prior that, since it had mistakenly recorded the end date for the 14 Days of Fortnite occasion via web-based networking media channels, it would give the Equalizer Glider reward to everybody who had finished somewhere around one of the difficulties amid the occasion. Presently it’s chosen that choice was not really the choice it needed to make, as it’s bringing back the occasion one week from now so players can have another shot at procuring any rewards they may have passed up.
“We conveyed an erroneous end date for the 14 Days of Fortnite occasion and did not feel the Equalizer Glider pay was the correct methodology. After further talk, we’ve chosen to bring back this occasion right on time one week from now through January 15 at 3 am ET (0800 UTC),” Epic composed. “We’ll likewise be empowering the absolute most famous Limited Time Modes that were accessible amid the occasion.”
“Players who were not able to finish those Challenges will have the capacity to procure the majority of the rewards they may have at first passed up. All Challenges will be accessible to finish for the whole length of the occasion. Tragically, advance on mostly finished difficulties must be reset.”
A correct begin date hasn’t been set, however accepting the activity gets in progress by Tuesday you’ll have something like seven days to take care of business. That is not as much time as the first one-a-day occasion, however, most players participating likely won’t have the full slate of difficulties to finish, either, so this is extremely to a greater extent a wrap-up than an all-out do-over. We’ll tell you when an increasingly exact kickoff time is reported.