The latest Fortnite 2.95 update patch notes have been released to the waiting public. The patch for today, November 19, is making its way out to players across PS5, PS4, PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and Android mobile devices. Naturally, the iOS patch is on hold for the time being. What’s new in the latest update? Keep reading for all the Fortnite update version 2.95 patch notes.
Fortnite 2.95 patch notes and changelog
The latest Fortnite 2.95 patch is relatively light on new content. Most of the changes involve stability fixes, network connection improvements, and other minor fixes. However, the biggest tweaks this time around center around Houseparty, the social app designed for video chatting.
Of course, actually putting Houseparty functionality into Fortnite hasn’t exactly gone smoothly so far. In their buildup to the release of patch 2.95, the team at Epic Games has had to release a maintenance patch to fix a known video chat bug. They’ve also released another maintenance patch aimed at fixing PC key binding problems.
We'll be deploying another maintenance patch on PC later to fix the issue with binding keys to different actions.
This issue will be fixed on consoles in an upcoming game update.https://t.co/jXEq4Gn3Jb
— Fortnite Status (@FortniteStatus) November 19, 2020
Here’s a look at the full patch notes for Fortnite update version 2.95 as provided by the team at Epic Games.
Fortnite 2.95 patch notes changelog
- Addressed game loading issues.
- Added network connection improvements.
- Added various stability fixes
- Performance and stability improvements.
- Other minor fixes
This is definitely a minor patch aimed at keeping everything running smoothly and without problems. Luckily, a bigger update arrived just yesterday in the form of Fortnite patch 2.94, which kicked off the Venom Cup and introduced new Creative Hub matchmaking portals. It also heralded the second wave of XP Xtravaganza challenges for all those players eager to wrap up the last parts of their Battle Pass.
The game’s Houseparty integration is definitely going to be a popular feature, but there are a few more kinks to work out first. Hit up the Fortnite 2.95 patch as well as the smaller maintenance patches, then jump into a game to check out the newest digs.