Epic Games confirmed that the Fortnite servers were down for five hours but the game is now back online. This issue has caused widespread issues for players. The company is currently investigating the issue. The game was offline from around noon to 5:20 AM PDT. It’s unclear if the problem has been fixed, but Epic says the game is back up and running. The developers have asked fans to be patient.
While the outages are common during the holiday season, this one seems especially bad. Many users are reporting that their game isn’t working properly. They’ll receive an error code when trying to open their accounts or will see an error message from the game’s menu. The issue isn’t as serious as you might think. According to Epic Games’ public status page, the game’s servers are up and running once again, but they’re not completely back up yet. While a fix should be out shortly, Epic is still apologizing for the inconvenience and asking people to be patient while they wait for the game to load.
The issue is still not fully resolved, but Epic Games says it will be up and running soon. This is good news for Fortnite players. It’s never a good thing to get stuck playing an online game without an internet connection. But if you’re unable to log in and experience matchmaking problems, it’s best to contact Epic Games’ support service to find out when the problem will be fixed.
In addition to the frequent downtime, the game has been plagued with a few unplanned server issues. These issues are typically short-lived and will leave you playing Fortnite again in no time. For PC players, an error with the game’s client might be preventing the game from loading correctly. To fix this, you can run the command prompt as an administrator and type “sfc/scannow”.
As of Wednesday evening, Epic Games’ servers were down for about five hours. The company had not yet identified the cause of the outage, but it said that it was working on a solution for the problem. As of Thursday afternoon, the game was back up and running. The outage, however, has caused some frustration among Fortnite players. Some players even couldn’t log in and couldn’t access their accounts.
After the five-hour downtime, Fortnite servers are back online again. As of Wednesday night, the game’s servers were down for around five hours. During this time, the game’s servers were not responding to requests. The company is currently investigating the cause of the outage, but it has been down for at least two hours at a time. While the outage isn’t a permanent solution, it’s not the end of the world.
Despite the outage, it’s hard to tell if it’s an isolated incident or something more serious. While the game’s servers were offline for five hours, the game is now back online. After the five-hour outage, the servers were back up in a few hours, but the outage was longer than usual. In addition to these incidents, the game was down for more than five hours.
The game was down for about five hours but now it’s back online. While the game isn’t down right now, Epic has been able to fix the outage. It has also been resolving other issues quickly. While it’s hard to know what’s causing this outage, the company’s public status page will provide you with the latest information.
Epic Games’ website lists the current status of Fortnite servers. The game was down for five hours and players had to wait for an hour for it to come back online. The game is back now, but some users are still having issues with signing in, accessing their accounts, and finding active games. If you’re having trouble connecting to the server, the Epic games website is the place to go.