The Fortnite 3.05 update patch notes have now been detailed by Epic Games. The new Fortnite patch is rolling out today, February 18. It’s initially being deployed to PC, PS5, PS4, and Android systems, though Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch will also be receiving it later. (iOS users are still stuck without patches, as the Apple and Epic Games battle continues.) Here are the details of this relatively minor update.
What are the Fortnite 3.05 update patch notes?
The Fortnite 3.05 update patch notes are as follows:
- Fixes for party matchmaking issues in Creative Mode.
For Creative Mode players attempting to play with others, this fix will be very welcome. For everyone else, the new Fortnite patch won’t be of interest. Of course, users will still need to get the update downloaded and installed to continue playing online. Thankfully, it’s only a small update and doesn’t require any downtime for maintenance.
@FortniteStatus confirmed the patch notes on Twitter. This is the official Twitter page that Epic Games uses to provide information about new updates, downtime, and other technical aspects of the game and servers.
Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch will receive this patch at a later time
— Fortnite Status (@FortniteStatus) February 18, 2021
Admittedly, this isn’t the most exciting update for most players, but it could be a big deal for those who care about Creative. Fortnite has a lot of different components that are always changing. It’s good to see developer Epic Games making tweaks and issuing fixes across the entire experience.
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