Epic Games started The Device event on Monday 15th June, kicking off with antenna poles emerging from the water around The Agency.
The building then exploded as the Doomsday device created by Midas emerges from the centre - pushing back a storm with laser beam protective defence.
Most interestingly, at multiple points the game pulled into a first-person perspective inside an office, with character Agent Jonesy seen popping up and talking about the effects of the storm.
Dataminers have since discovered an Agent Jonesy skin in the game's files, pointing towards a potential release when Season 3 arrives.
the Agent Jonesy scenes ! pic.twitter.com/Yq0gYNwA5k— FortTory - Fortnite Leaks & News (@FortTory) June 15, 2020
An Agent Jonesy skin was encrypted.— FortTory - Fortnite Leaks & News (@FortTory) June 15, 2020
- Agent Jonesy
Espionage suits him well pic.twitter.com/bX6p6oXgPz
After this brief breaking of the fourth wall ends, players were returned to the map with a massive wall of water surrounding the area - which has now entirely replaced the previous storm circle.
This means players can no longer fight within the storm circle as before, automatically switching to swimming mechanics which don’t allow you to use weapons.
Fortnite is now surrounded by a wall of water (Picture: Twitter)
The view from above in Fortnite (Picture: Twitter)
When does Fortnite Season 3 start?
It’s believed this water wall will continue until Fortnite Season 3 releases on Wednesday 17th June when the map could change significantly, if the previous black hole event is anything to go by.
But how it could change? Many expect it'll be submerged in water to a drastic degree, although it could simply wash away buildings like The Agency into a flatter, post-storm landscape.
While The Device event perhaps wasn’t on the same par as the Travis Scott event earlier this year, it’s still another fascinating case of Epic Games leading the charge when it comes to evolving games.