Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Fortnite BR Weekly Challenges Not Working Due to v4.2 Delay

Fortnite BR Weekly Challenges Not Working Due to v4.2 Delay

While most people are calling up Epic Games about their issues, some people are calling up a shop in OH that has an unfortunately similar name to the developers of Fortnite.

While Epic Games have not gone into detail about what the issue the caused the delay was, it appears that it has been resolved to their satisfaction. "We'll update you once we have a more accurate time frame".

Fortnite is going offline in the early morning of Wednesday, May 16 as Epic does maintenance to prepare for its next update.

Today was supposed to be a fairly exciting one for Fortnite players.

Watching a replay is a very simple process, just go to the Career menu, then select Replays.

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Currently, this option is not available on the Fortnite Mobile platform, meaning it's not an option for iOS users.

Anyone who's diving into this week's Fortnite Battle Pass Challenges will know that one of the requirements is to watch a match replay.

The Fortnite 4.2 patch notes have yet to be released, as they will coincide with the launch of the v4.2 update.

Epic Games are looking to keep all platforms on par with each other, so it makes sense that the development team would want to get everything right on iOS. The approximate server's downtime is now unknown. Once the servers come back up, update 4.2 will have been applied, and the hope is that all of these bugged challenges will function properly.

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