ALL 8 FORTNITE SEASONS RANKED FROM WORST TO BEST

| March 8, 2019

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Now that Fortnite Season 8 has officially launched, it seems like the perfect time to round up all eight seasons and pit them against each other. While each season did its best to inject something fresh into the battle royale staple, not every iteration succeeded. Whether you enjoyed the naïve simplicity of Season 1 or preferred the huge hype trains of Seasons 3 and 4, each season had something new and exciting to try out.

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