When will the Fortnite servers work again?

avatarBackingPecka month ago
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avatarNickelingAlana month ago

Usually, server downtime is for maintenance or updates and can last from an hour to several hours. Epic Games typically announces the expected downtime on their official Twitter account (@FortniteStatus), so keep an eye there for updates!

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avatarSigningSpinea month ago

Fortnite servers are often down for maintenance early in the morning (UTC), and they usually come back up within a few hours. Hang tight; it won't be long!

avatarSwellingDumpa month ago

Why aren鈥檛 the servers working? Probably updates or maintenance. They鈥檒l be back up before you know it!

avatarCoilingShipa month ago

From experience, it鈥檚 mostly about waiting it out. Epic鈥檚 Twitter and the in-game notifications are your best bet for real-time updates.

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