Fortnite: Kevin the Cube returns in leaked Season 10 Week 5 & 6 loading screens

Calum Patterson
Floating Island with logo

Two new loading screens for Fortnite Season 10 have been found by data miners, for Week 5 and Week 6, and they reveal the return of everyone’s favorite Kevin the Cube.

The v10.20 update went live in Fortnite on August 27, with the Rift Beacon at Paradise Palms turning it into the Pandora Rift Zone, at least temporarily.

So far, Rift Zones have transformed Tilted Towers and Mega Mall too, and it looks like next we will have the return of Kevin the Cube and his island.

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For Season 10, the loading screens are unlocked by completing any three of that week’s missions, and there are some very intriguing designs for weeks 5 and 6.

Leaker PXLPAT was able to get their hands on the loading screens from the game files shortly after the v10.20 update went live.

It’s not certain which order the loading screens will be released, but it looks like for Week 5, this nuclear symbol could be used.

Epic GamesWhat could this nuclear symbol mean?

However, it is the next loading screen that immediately caught players’ attention, as it features Kevin the Cube and the return of Loot Lake island.

Epic GamesKevin the Cube is set to officially make a return in Season 10.

Other leakers have since found that the next Rift Beacon is above the Loot Lake island. These Rift Beacons have been responsible for the major map changes at Tilted Towers, Mega Mall and Paradise Palms already in Season 10.

Leaker FortTory has even managed to get a look at the island in-game, complete with Kevin the Cube underneath.

It should be noted that the location of the island is unknown – FortTory explains that they could only make it appear at the Volcano for the purpose of the leak, but it may not be there in the real game.

Fans will have to wait to find out what is going to happen with the return of the cube, and what crazy map changes Epic Games have planned.

Once these loading screens are unlocked, they can also be used to find the hidden battle stars, with clues to its location inside.

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