Fortnite patch notes 22.00 : Server downtime & how long ?
Epic Games has shared a schedule on its official server status website that confirms Fortnite downtime will happen on September 18, between 06:00-12:00 UTC, meaning six hours of server maintenance is possible.
As usual, fans should be prepared for delays and last-minute changes to the official maintenance plan, as all sorts of things can happen during the process.
When maintenance begins, Fortnite will be completely offline and there will be no way to play live matches. Other features will also be limited, and fans could face a loading screen until the game returns later today.
Chrome runs rampant. pic.twitter.com/Y7J2nR6VzV
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) September 18, 2022
Epic Games has not shared an exact time for when Fortnite Season 4 will start on September 18, but they will share the news via the official social media channels.
The latest message from the Epic Games support team covering Fortnite downtime in Season 4 reads:
v22.00 releases on Sunday, September 18 with downtime beginning at 2 AM ET. We'll provide another update when maintenance has concluded.
Please note patch sizes will be larger than normal for all platforms. pic.twitter.com/1ZxeWb2PuD
— Fortnite Status (@FortniteStatus) September 16, 2022
According to data miner iFireMonkey, October’s Crew skin is called Despair . It features a man in all black with a bright red devil mask and miniature red scythes in each hand.
October 2022 Crew Pack
— iFireMonkey (@iFireMonkey) September 18, 2022
|Genre(s)||Survival, battle royale, sandbox|
|Platform(s)||Windows, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, iOS, Android|
|First release||Fortnite: Save the World July 25, 2017 (early access)|