Following the epic rocket launch live event that took place in Season 4 of Fortnite Battle Royale, every season has seen a one time only live in-game event take place where the world of Fortnite is drastically changed by something related to the theme of the current season. This tradition will be continuing in Fortnite Season 9, as this weekend is scheduled to see the highly anticipated Cattus monster vs Doggus robot live event fight take place. If you are curious about how you can watch this upcoming battle between two bigger than life forces that is sure to change the world of the battle royale title in major ways, we have the start time and other tips for how best to view the spectacle covered for you below.
What time does the Fortnite live event start?
An official countdown to the Fortnite Cattus and Doggus fight start time has been added into the battle royale game. This start time countdown currently puts the official start time for the Cattus monster and Doggus robot fight live event at 12 PM PST/ 2 PM CST/ 3 PM EST on Saturday, July 20th. This means that those who are wanting to watch the Cattus monster and Doggus robot live event take place will need to be in a match of Fortnite by this start time. We advise that players get into a game at least five minutes prior to the start time in order to avoid missing the spectacle take place, as there are sure to be very long queue times due to a large number of players all logging on at the same to watch the Fortnite Cattus monster and Doggus robot live event fight take place at its official start time.
In order to get the best possible view of the Fortnite Cattus monster and Doggus robot live event fight from the start, we suggest that players do their best to find a location located at a high altitude. This will then provide you with the ability to see all of the battle royale game's map and get a look at the highly anticipated Cattus and Doggus battle no matter where it takes place on the island. However, situating yourself at a location near the Pressure Plant robot is also a wise choice, as this will ensure you are near one of the combatants of the upcoming fight and do not miss anything that it does during the Fortnite live event at its start time.
If you are unable to log in and watch the battle yourself, there will no doubt be plenty of Twitch streamers streaming their perspective of the fight in the directory for the battle royale game on the streaming platform.
With another high-profile live event set to take place this weekend that will see the Fortnite Cattus monster and Doggus finally meet in battle, there are sure to be a large multitude of eyes having their attention directed towards the popular battle royale title on Saturday, July 20th.