The following Fortnite update date and time was announced. Epic games have recorded the variant, v12.30, and if the Fortnite server downtime will start.
Epic Games released a small upgrade a week at the type of the v12.21 upgrade. There was additional besides the Awaken Oro challenges in the upgrade. There were new things, not any map changes, or anything of this type. Epic released the patch to repair some bug problems which have been plaguing the match.
Epic have announced the Fortnite upgrade that was new. Here’s what you want to know such as if and much more will be begun by the Fortnite server downtime.
HOW LONG WILL THE FORTNITE SERVER DOWNTIME LAST FOR?
The Fortnite servers are usually down for two hours for each major patch update. However, last week’s v12.21 update lasted more than two hours, so there’s a chance we could see the Fortnite server downtime lasting three hours. We’ll update this when the servers are back up tomorrow.
UPDATE: Check out the v12.30 Fortnite patch notes here including the crash pad and kingsman umbrella items!
In previous seasons of Fortnite, prior to chapter 2, Epic would update the in-game news feed to announce the arrival of a new weapon or item a day prior to the next update. If we look back towards the start of the Fortnite Battle Royale seasons, Epic would release the Fortnite Patch Notes of an update a day prior to the update going live.
Chug Splashes were updated in the last major update along with the shield bubble. We could see either or both of these items making a return in tomorrow’s v12.30 Fortnite update.
As this is a major Fortnite update, we’ll see a fair number of leaks from tomorrow’s v12.30 update. We’ll see new Fortnite skins, possible upcoming items and weapons, and the challenges for week 7 including the Deadpool Fortnite challenges.