Fortnite is out now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Featuring incredibly unique graphics, a one-of-a-kind building system, constant developer supports, and various other attributes, Fortnite shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
The Fortnite Twitter account also tweeted a link to a more in-depth Reddit update, which revealed a “critical failure” had hit the game. We now have no ETA on when servers will be back up. At that point, there was still no ETA for when the servers came back online.
Inconvenience it is indeed, as Fortnite reportedly boasts 3.4 million concurrent players.
Our experiences with each version bring to light key differences between them despite Epic touting “same gameplay, same map, same content, same weekly updates”.
“The most common search during the same user session is Overwatch, followed by Team Fortress 2 and video game”.
Fortnite is now offline for maintenance, and when it comes back online shortly it’ll be with Patch 3.5, which has a few exciting features above and belong the normal balance and bug fixes.
Fortnite joins a growing number of so-called “battle royale” style multiplayer games that have proved to be amongst the most popular online shooters of 2017 and 2018.
‘As a result, our login and matchmaking systems are unstable. Nonetheless, Fortnite: Battle Royale fans can use the website to see what type of bugs and software tweaks Epic Games is applying to the game. Epic is describing the issue as “ongoing extended instability”, which seems to imply that the server might not be down completely, but many or possibly even most players are affected.