Fortnite's new 4.2 patch is coming tomorrow, Servers downtime announced

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Fortnite's new 4.2 patch is coming tomorrow, Servers downtime announced

Follow more accounts to get instant updates about topics you care about. As a result, they had to delay the launch of the new build until they solve the problem, according to the Fortnite Twitter account. Now, that might seem like an easy feat, but several of us have tried in the GamesRadar office and there's definitely an issue with the Fortnite replay challenge not working. You may have noticed lots of fun Fortnite gifs and videos doing the rounds, this replay tool is one of the reasons they are so common. The tool is surprisingly deep, allowing you to watch past games at your leisure and edit them as you go, which might be why it's not now available on mobile versions.

While the 4.2 update doesn't appear to contain anything too significant, the huge popularity of the game's Fortnite Battle Royale mode means that any patch is greeted by an overwhelming amount of excitement.

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

We can expect a full list of patch notes once the update has been applied, so look forward to those at some point tomorrow morning. The approximate server's downtime is now unknown. However, Epic did not specify how long the downtime will last. 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. This replay system is available on both PC and console versions of the game.

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