Following the launch of a pair of updates this week, Fortnite is affected by some server issues as we speak. These are inflicting gamers to attend in queues, and whereas Epic is engaged on the scenario, there’s one other matter to concentrate on on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and cell.
After the three.four.1 patch was launched earlier as we speak, Epic confirmed on Twitter that gamers have been experiencing “longer than regular matchmaking occasions.” Its standing web page additionally outlines the assorted areas of the sport which can be experiencing a “partial outage,” which for most individuals means it is taking a very long time to both get on-line or into matches.
“We’re nonetheless working to resolve these backend service points and can let you already know as soon as we have seen restoration,” Epic mentioned. “We know you wish to get again on the market and admire your persistence as we work by these issues.”
In order to assist “relieve stress” on Fortnite’s backend, the show of stats in-game is being disabled. However, the dev insists your stats are nonetheless being recorded and might be displayed correctly after the issues have been resolved; that is merely a brief measure that cuts off your skill to see collected stats. There’s no estimate for when all of this might be resolved, however we’ll report again as extra particulars are shared.
This drawback follows one other problem after the discharge of replace Three.four that brought about progress and XP to not be recorded in Save the World missions and Battle Royale’s new Sniper Shootout limited-time mode. That problem has since been fastened, and one other, unrelated patch–Three.four.1–was launched as we speak to cope with another issues.