Fortnite update – Fortnite 3.05 patch notes tackle party matchmaking issues
Epic Games has released a new patch update for its famous Fortnite battle Royale Free-to-Play game. The Fortnite 3.05 update is live and is available for Windows PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Android platforms. It’s a maintenance patch, which means that no new content or cosmetics will be introduced to the game. The primary focus of the update is on addressing problems related to matching parties in Creative mode. Let’s take a look at all the improvements that will be introduced to the upcoming Fortnite 3.05 update.
Fortnite update 3.05 patch notes
Fortnightly developers did not post official patch notes for the newest Fortnite 3.05 update, but the game studio just revealed that a repair patch on Windows, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Ios devices have begun to be introduced to resolve party matchmaking problems in creative mode.
At the conclusion of the match or at the next time they launch the game, players will be invited to download the latest Fortnite 3.05 patch. The upgrade requires no support server downtime. Fans should be informed, though, that the upgrade to Fortnite is only available for PC, PS5, PS4, and Android only. Epic has already confirmed that the patch update would be issued later by gamers on Xbox Series X / Series S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Week 12 of Chapter 12, season 5 has now been entered by Fortnite, taking players to complete a new set of epic and iconic challenges. Live on platforms, Fortnite Week 12 competitions give you the chance to level up your battle pass, increase XP and win new prizes. However, ensure that you have bought the Chapter 2, season 5 battle pass before completing the challenges. It costs about 950 V-bucks for the latest battle pass. To gain access to the battle Pass and earn 1,000 V-Bucks per month, you can also subscribe to Epic Games’ monthly Fortnite Crew subscription service for $11.99 a month.
Fortnite Season 5, Week 12 challenges are available on all major platforms including Windows PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / Series S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Android smartphones.
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