Fortnite's guided missiles removed with the new update

  • Fortnite's guided missiles removed with the new update

Fortnite's guided missiles removed with the new update

Fortnite servers are down right now, preventing players from getting online with the game on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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.

What would a week be without another game-changing update to Fortnite Battle Royale? Some players have intermittently been able to get in the game over that time, but no long term solution has appeared. Epic Games have also posted about this on their official Twitter account, letting players know they're working on it. In fact, it looks like the reports that the Fortnite server is down stretch back the better part of a full day. "This is due to a database failure which we are working to resolve as quickly as possible".

Fortnite Battle Royale has been taken offline for emergency maintenance, developer Epic has advised.

Hours later, Epic Games then opted to take the servers offline for emergency maintenance.

"The most common search during the same user session is Overwatch, followed by Team Fortress 2 and video game".

Also, worth noting is that this is the longest server downtime Fortnite: Battle Royale fans had to experience since January.

As is typical with Fortnite updates, some new tools are being introduced on top of a collection of quality-of-life improvements. According to their tweet, "Due to an animation issue with the Guided Missile, we're temporarily disabling it until we have a fix". Let's hope Epics Games solve the logging issues quick because millions of players are waiting for the servers to go back up.