Fortnite down: The development studio Epic Games shut down the servers for the Battle Royale shooter this morning to carry out maintenance work. At the same time, the team is installing the new update 14.60, which will bring some changes. How long the work will take is not yet known, as Epic Games has not given an exact time. According to previous experience, however, the servers should be available again at lunchtime or by early afternoon at the latest.

What innovations await you in Update 14.60 for Fortnite (buy now € 15.30 )? The developers have not yet commented on this, the official patch notes are currently pending. However, it is most certainly the last content update in the current Season 4 – Chapter 2. Therefore, it is obvious that the preparations for the big live event with the so-called Nexus War should begin with the update. It is also planned that after the update, players of the PS5 and Xbox Series X version will finally have the opportunity to take part in both competitive games and tournaments. In addition, Epic Games wants to be part of the maintenance work some problems with Fortnite matchmaking take a closer look at something that surfaced recently.

Worth reading: Epic Games is considering a monthly subscription for Fortnite

As soon as we have more details about Update 14.60 from Fortnite or the official patch notes are known, you will of course find them in our news section.

Source: Epic Games

Read also Fortnite: video chat in the game for PC and PlayStation presented (1)PcNSWXSXPS5PS4XBOX360

Fortnite: Video chat featured in the game for PC and PlayStation

In cooperation with Houseparty, Fortnite players will in future be able to use a video chat directly in the Battle Royale shooter. Fortnite: Battle Royale cover picturePcNSWXSXPS5PS4XBOX360

Fortnite: Epic Games is considering monthly subscription

Epic Games has launched a survey in the US asking players about a monthly subscription to Fortnite. Fortnite: Nvidia brings the shooter back to iOS devices via streaming (1)PcNSWXSXPS5PS4XBOX360

Fortnite: Nvidia brings the shooter back to iOS devices via streaming

Fortnite could soon be played again on an iPhone and iPad via GeForce Now – then exclusively via streaming.

Fortnite: Trailer from Nvidia introduces the ray tracing improvements

(*) We have marked affiliate links with an asterisk. We receive a small commission for a purchase via our link and can thus partially finance the free website with this income. There are no costs for the user.