The Fortnite 2.09 update patch notes (Fortnite 8.10.1) have been shared by Epic Games. Though nowhere near as substantial as the previous latest Fortnite update, this new Fortnite patch adds some always-welcome fixes to stability issues. In even better news, this new update today doesn’t require any downtime maintenance period. However, to benefit from the new changes, players across all platforms — that’s PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Android, and iPhone — will need to finish their current match, or simply relaunch the game. If you’re curious about the official specifics, scroll on down for the short list of patch notes information.
Fortnite 2.09 Update Patch Notes (Fortnite 8.10.1)
As is usual with new Fortnite updates that are deployed outside of the content updates and significant overhaul patches, the Fortnite 2.09 update patch notes (Fortnite 8.10.1) are short and sweet, with the official Fortnite Twitter account merely detailing a fix for “stability issues.”
We just deployed a patch for fix some stability issues. No maintenance needed but you will need to download it after your match or the next time you launch your game.
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) March 14, 2019
Though this is much less exciting than a “proper” update with new features to check out in-game, it should still be appreciated, as Epic Games is adding further polish to the Fortnite gameplay experience, ensuring fewer occasions where players have their “Victory Royale!” dreams crushed by technical hiccups.
Of course, this update won’t cause much excitement for most players, as it contains changes that simply work in the background, with the specific purpose of going by unnoticed, keeping the game’s world from collapsing. Meanwhile, Fortnite players can enjoy their crazy new hamster ball vehicle without being subjected to awkward instabilities.
If you’re disappointed by the Fortnite 2.09 update patch notes, don’t worry, as there will likely be a new Fortnite update coming again next week, as is now very much tradition. Expect to hear more about that over the week, where Epic Games will likely tease a new feature via the “Coming Soon” tab viewable when you first boot up the game.