Bugs Encountered By Fortnite
Fortnite has encountered bugs which may cause the game to crash. Many Battle Royale players have complained about some bugs they have encountered while playing the game. These bugs have disappointed them because it affected their performances in the said game.
Fortnite: Battle Royale experienced an explosion of success in the past few months. This success has made it one of the most popular video games in recent history. A major reason for the game’s popularity is developer Epic Games’ effort to consistently improve, adjust, and add to the game to keep the experience fresh and fun.
However, despite its popularity, players have been recently disgruntled due to high level of bugs and glitches that currently exists in the game. Epic has done and shown considerable effort in addressing and fixing the issues. But is seems that after fixing a set of glitches, another batch pops out.
Players’ Feedback On The Bugs
Players have given their opinion and feedback (and complaints, of course). Among the complaints are: you cannot mute players while crossplaying; traps may not activate initially when placed; weapons fire before the equip animation is completed when sprinting; and a lot more.
Epic’s Solution To The Bugs
Epic has released new Fortnite update that will fix bugs for the Battle Royale and Save the World modes. Update v3.5.1 was launched, and the good news was there was no downtime at all.
The update fixes the bug in Battle Royale that could cause the game to crash related to the new Replay system. It also fixes a bug that allowed players to fire a weapon before the equip animation completed when sprinting. Other than that, you can now bind the Building Edit hotkey to keys other than G, which sounds like a nice little tweak. An issue that broke player’s walking/ sprinting animations if they were firing a Guided Missile while walking/sprinting has also been fixed.