Fortnite Servers Back Online Following Issues

After login and matchmaking issues, Epic Games reported that all services are “looking healthy.”

Posted By | On 13th, Jul. 2018 Under News


Fortnite Season 5

After Season 5 launched, Fortnite servers predictably took a nosedive. The developer reported matchmaking and login issues before taking the servers down to investigate the cause. Thankfully, the downtime was minimal and servers are back online. There may be a waiting room when logging in but that should be cleared up as well.

Fortnite Season 5 marks a fairly big wave of new content. Along with a new Battle Pass with new cosmetics, emotes, sprays and whatnot to earn, large portions of the map have been changed. Moisty Mire has been replaced by Paradise Palms, a desert area with rock formations that also has a few tracks for the All Terrain Kart.

Lazy Links has replaced Anarchy Acres, Dusty Divot has gone from being a crater to covered in trees and Viking village on the mountain in Snobby Shores. There are also Rifts that teleport players back to a random point in the sky. This is useful for quick getaways but remember that your glider won’t redeploy. Tread with caution.


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