Epic asks Fortnite Delicious not to leak Chapter 3

Fortnite Chapter 3 is almost upon us, and Epic hopes to keep the contents of this release a secret – so now the developers are asking doctors not to leak anything. Some of the game’s most prominent computer miners have reported receiving messages from Epic asking them not to leak content from the Battle Royale game during the upcoming downtime.

iFireMonkey, ChinaBR, and HypeX everyone reports receiving a message from Epic asking them not to send Chapter 3 leaks. The data amines are currently in discussions with the developers on how this could be achieved realistically. Some are still deciding if they intend to follow Epic’s instructions at all.

“I’ve been trying to think of how this would work a little bit today,” says iFireMonkey, “and how I feel is that if anyone is able to leak the update, I see no reason why I should not post the leak, then no matter what people would be able to post it anyway. We have to wait and see.”

We have contacted Epic to get a comment and will update if we learn more.

Fortnite leaks usually come from data mines, as Epic often includes information and content for upcoming updates in previous patches. Dataminers digs these details out of the game files and sends information about upcoming features. At this point, very few Fortnite updates are launched as real surprises.

Given how past events have run, we expect more days between the Chapter 2 end date and the Fortnite Chapter 3 release date. During that maintenance period, we would normally see computer miners dig deep for additional insight into what is coming. Maybe we’ll see a little less of it this time.

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