Fortnite queues last for an hour in Chapter 5 of Season 1

to update: Although the servers are back online for the start of Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 1, many players are finding themselves unable to join directly. This is due to the fact that we are seeing unusually long queues – lasting more than an hour – despite the fact that we are now on launch day, which may explain how much interest the new chapter is generating. Those who passed the queue also experienced matchmaking issues, though Epic says those were the same Solved. Other problems also appeared, e.g Random download The feature is not working, while players have also raised complaints related to the UI. If you can’t log in, be sure to check out the new Chapter 5 Season 1 Battle Pass to see what awaits you. Original story follows.

Fortnite servers are down. But do not worry; They’re supposed to be. After another disastrous live event, this time called The Big Bang, we’re shown a whole new world in what’s widely expected to be called Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 1. If you’re wondering when Fortnite servers will be back up and running after the end of Fortnite OG, here’s what We know him.

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Fortnite is down – When will the servers be back up for Chapter 5 Season 1?

Fortnite is currently on a scheduled hiatus following the final event of Chapter 4, The Big Bang. This means that Chapter 5 is almost here and with it new weapons, a whole new island, and a new battle pass, among other things. But none of that matters until Fortnite’s servers allow players back into the game. Epic likes to keep this a surprise, but recent history suggests that Fortnite will be playable again at some point 4 a.m. PT – 7 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT – 10 a.m. ET Tomorrow, December 3. This three-hour window is our best guess based on our coverage of several years of Fortnite so far, and as always, the actual time is subject to change for a number of reasons.

This is because the deployment of the patch ultimately determines the launch time. It seems as though Epic is aiming for the earliest end of this launch window, which is 4am PT / 7am PT, but things could be delayed if the team runs into issues. But again, Epic may simply decide to release the new chapter later – or even earlier – although that may seem less likely. Basically, if you want to set your alarm for a time to wake up, get online, and beat the Fortnite queue (as much as you can, anyway), you’ll need to aim for 4 a.m. PT/7 a.m. ET. However, be prepared to wait a few minutes before you can enter the lobby, as new seasons and chapters tend to come with queues that prevent the game from crashing when millions of players seek to play it at the same moment.

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Fortnite Chapter 5 is said to be a fresh start for the game, and three new major games have been found within Fortnite: Lego Fortnite, Rocket Racing, and Fortnite Festival.

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