Epic Games is anticipated to release the latest update for Fortnite this April, though it may not be as large as previous ones. Epic has been revealing fresh material every few weeks since the popular debut of Season 6 to mix it up a bit.
Maintenance can take a few hours with downtime typically requiring less time as the season progresses. Season 6 of Fortnite has brought a lot of new content to the game, and the latest revelations indicate that more is on the way.
Fortnite will be unavailable today, April 13, due to prolonged maintenance in update 16.20, which will affect all platforms. Fortnite systems will go off 7 a.m. BST, or 2 a.m. EST in the United States.
Update 16.20 has more updates and early Fortnite patch notes, which can be found below. Epic Games’ official website warns that systems may be unavailable for up to 5 hours.
According to what has been revealed thus far, the Unstable Bow will be an exotic weapon that can be purchased from an NPC. Not only will it increase DMG, but it may also cause additional interruption by “glitching” the opponent.
The Code Green Wrap is not displaying its numbers design.
When playing Fortnite, players cannot create system-level parties that include players on both PS5 and PS4.
Due to an issue, Slurpshrooms and Coconuts are temporarily disabled.
Collection Book Character #17 is currently not appearing on the Island.
Players have a clear, unimpaired view while in the storm using Performance Mode or on Mobile.
Arena playlist issues.
We’re investigating an issue with the start with pickaxe setting still spawning with a pickaxe
Vehicles not moving properly in Creative.
The 3D reset itself to 75% on each launch of the title, even if the player saved their settings to 100% in the last session.
Successfully completing missions in the Scurvy Shoals Ventures season doesn’t grant proper quest credit for “Directive: Mission Alert 2!”
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