Fortnite Down for Upkeep on All Platforms, Epic Engaged on Repair
In style battle royale shooter Fortnite has been down for over 12 hours on all platforms – PS4, Xbox One, PC, and iOS. Developer Epic Video games has taken the Fortnite servers offline for upkeep. Based on the corporate’s Twitter account, there is not any estimated time as to when the Fortnite servers will probably be again on-line. Checking the Fortnite status page on Epic’s web site means that the developer is within the course of of putting in main upgrades to its database methods for the sport.
“We’re bringing the servers offline for emergency upkeep. We apologize for this inconvenience. We at present don’t have any ETA on when servers will probably be again up,” reads a tweet from the official Fortnite account.
This comes a day after the corporate launched a brand new replace to Fortnite dubbed Fortnite v3.5 which included new options reminiscent of replay editor.
Whereas Fortnite iOS will get “a number of graphical enhancements” for “the skybox, vegetation and anti-aliasing”, the Fortnite Replay System is now out there on PS4, PC, and Xbox One. By way of measurement, the Fortnite v3.5 patch obtain measurement is 2.86GB on PS4 and a paltry 128.40MB on iOS. Firing up the sport on iOS ends in one other obtain, presumably together with the remainder of the sport’s recordsdata post-update. Different fixes embody locking out jailbroken iOS units and eradicating audio indicators for silenced weapons.
Based on a report from analytics agency Sensor Tower, Fortnite has earned extra from in-app purchases than Conflict of Clans, Sweet Crush Saga, and Pokemon Go within the final seven days. Fortnite continues to discover a place within the prime 10 grossing checklist on iPhone in 23 nations.
“Sensor Tower Retailer Intelligence knowledge exhibits that lifting the invite requirement resulted in a 197 p.c, or roughly thrice enhance in participant expenditure on Monday, April 2, versus the $620,000 common throughout all earlier days, totaling greater than $1.eight million (almost Rs. 11.70 crore) for the day,” a put up from the corporate reads.
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