Fortnite Reaches New Heights, Boasting 3.4 Million Concurrent Players

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Though Fortnite Battle Royale is a brilliant game, it's become extremely frustrating for many due to frequent server down time.

The sheer volume of players joining the game has hit Epic's infrastructure hard and they have been struggling to cope with the volume of players.

Epic's battle royale title Fortnite has smashed a brand new record for concurrent users but that has not been without its issues.

The post goes into great detail about the issues servers encountered and what Epic has in mind going forward to avoid such a situation again.

The optional 60FPS mode of Fortnite will roll out later this month for PS4 and Xbox One as well as for PS4Pro and Xbox One X. Epic Games has confirmed that the 60FPS mode is being tuned for each console to maximize the frame rate while letting it not influence the visual quality.

In addition, Epic Games added West Coast (USA) and Brazilian servers on Xbox to increase connection quality and decrease latency.

The development team did not give us the exact release date of custom games, but they wrote that they've been testing it for a while now, and that players will receive it after they fix the bugs in the mode. The recently added Shooting Test #1 PTE is now only playable in Solo mode, with certain weapons tweaked for more balance, and players should no longer find themselves sliding off rooftops by mistake, which is definitely a good thing.

You could spend next week's internationally recognised day of romance sharing precious time with friends and loved ones, or. you could hook yourself up with some V-Bucks, nab one of Fortnite Battle Royale's new seasonal costumes, and have fun role-playing as Cupid by shooting people with a silent crossbow this Valentine's Day.