Fortnite patch delayed with server downtime arriving soon

Fortnite patch delayed with server downtime arriving soon

Fortnite patch delayed with server downtime arriving soon

You can see the dance in action in the video above. So, as a result, "some quests may not function until the build releases".

While the 4.2 update doesn't appear to contain anything too significant, the huge popularity of the game's Fortnite Battle Royale mode means that any patch is greeted by an overwhelming amount of excitement. Epic Games has promised to update players once they have "a more accurate time frame". Same goes for watching a match replay.

To earn your 5 Battle Stars for the Season 4 Battle Pass, Fortnite players simply need to head over to the "career" tab at the top of the home screen.

This can be done using the shoulder buttons on a controller, or by using mouse, if on PC. If you're trying to watch a particular match back, here's how you do so.

Currently, this option is not available on the Fortnite Mobile platform, meaning it's not an option for iOS users.

Fortnite's planned version 4.2 patch has been delayed due to an unknown error, leaving many fans wondering why they can't access the new challenges. The approximate server's downtime is now unknown. According to their typical teases using very specific language, they tell players to "burst onto the battlefield" - an nearly certain reference to these rifles - and that the new patch will be "gliding in".

As it so happens, Epic encountered some issues with the patch in the hours leading up to what should have been last night's downtime.

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