Fortnite gets new burst assault rifles in tomorrow's patch

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Fortnite gets new burst assault rifles in tomorrow's patch

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. So, as a result, "some quests may not function until the build releases". "We'll update you once we have a more accurate time frame". 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. Epic Games has yet to notify players of when the update will go live, though we're sure the developer will release some more information sooner rather than later.

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.

Epic Games have announced the Fortnite 4.2 patch is set to drop on May 16, with downtime scheduled for 4am ET and 8am GMT.

This might even be why today's update has been delayed, due to last minutes problems with the feature.

Fortnite's 4.2 update hits tomorrow, and Epic have just let slip that a new weapon variation will come as part of the patch. Better to get it right the first for less stress on the servers and the team, and less frustration for the players.

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