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The End (gamemode)

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The End
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Details
Genre Battle Royale LTM
Queue Type Squads icon.pngSquads
Release October 13th, 2019

The End was a gamemode used for The End Event and was the only enabled playlist. The gamemode was a reskin of Team Rumble where the storm circle was always positioned near the Dusty Depot. The limit for eliminations was changed from 150 to 200, and weapons were taken away during the main event

The Event[edit | edit source]

  • At the start of the event, the rocket at Dusty Depot took off and rifted away into the sky, like it did in season 4, but unlike before, it went into a rift much sooner after it launched. All the rifts above the rift zones activated. A single rocket came out of the rift over Greasy Grove, it flew down and turned upwards, flying past Dusty Depot and into a rift over Lonely Lodge. The other rifts over the rift zones created 6 additional rockets that flew around into their own rifts (probably 1 for each of The Seven). They each came out of these rifts again flew around the map a bit, eventually crashing into the same rift. A rift opened behind the Meteor and a rocket came out of it flying around the meteor and creating a rift at the Factories. All 7 rockets collided with this rift multiple times, looping around the meteor until it unfroze and went into the rift. A few seconds later, a rift appeared above Loot Lake and one rocket came out. It pointed a laser at The Zero Point (likely a callback to Season 4's Rocket Launch) and crashed into it, creating a shockwave that knocked players into the sky. Shortly after, a much bigger rift opened up and the meteor, surrounded by the remaining 6 rockets, violently collided with The Zero Point. This ultimately created a much larger explosion and filled the island with stars. A few seconds later, the explosion effect started moving inwards and the Zero Point created a vortex that sucked in the entirety of the game. This includes the island, players, and even menu elements. Players still in the lobby also experienced this.

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