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Fortnite Update 2.03 Patch Notes
  • Nowadays, Fortnite has released a brand new update which requires all players to download prior to continuing with Fortnite Battle Royale. This new client update is only out there across PS4, Xbox One and Pc suitable now, however it will probably be coming to Nintendo Switch soon too.


    Nevertheless, as opposed to the usual Tuesday game updates, you shouldn't count on to determine any sweeping adjustments to the game. Today's new update is just a client update, so it should not include any huge new additions towards the game.


    The news was confirmed late last night by the post from Epic Games official Fortnite Items Twitter account, which wrote: We have released a client update that contains a couple of stability/bug fixes. No downtime, but you are going to require to download the update.


    The following listed will be the only adjustments that confirmed for today's new update 2.03:


    Fixed crashing concerns
    Matchmaking performance improvements
    added fixes for glitches.
    Added fixes for frame drop, stuttering and lag challenges.
    added performance and stability improvements.
    Added many below the hood fixes.
    Added fixes for players reported glitches


    As outlined by an early report from dataminers, many of the changes to the game files appear to be related for the newly released overtime challenges. But hunting forward towards the rest of this week, it appears that the games long-awaited Driftboard is set to arrive extremely quickly.


    Final week's 7.40 update contained files that indicated that the new Restricted Time Mode would be known as the "Driftin" within the game.


    Assuming Epic Games sticks to the usual Tuesday update day, we may well see the Driftboard and LTM released tomorrow. Although presently, you may will need to wait for further particulars, you'll be able to also acquire cheap Fortnite Items and play the game now.