It’s unclear whether Fortnites servers will return for a full restart before the end of the month, but it’s already been clear that the game is running smoothly on its new hardware.
In fact, it’s now possible to play the game in full on a new, high-end PlayStation 4 and Xbox One console.
The most recent patch, version 1.3.5, was released earlier this week and brings the game up to date with the latest patch notes.
That patch includes the following changes: The multiplayer is now supported, with Fortnition servers now being able to be configured in the same way as multiplayer servers.
In addition, the game now supports the Xbox One’s “Remote Play” feature, where players can access a Fortniti server while they play on another player’s console.
When a Fortnight server runs out of resources, players will now be able to log out of the game and come back into the game.
The game is now able to launch on all modern versions of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
The online lobby has been revamped with new rules and improvements.
Players can now create custom game lobbies and set rules for the game that allow them to invite other players to the lobby.
In the new lobby, players can share items, progress and even start new matches.
In order to start a lobby, a player must click on a friend’s profile in the lobby, click “Join Friends,” and enter the password for their Xbox Live account.
Once the lobby is created, it will appear in the Friends list and players can invite each other to join it.
If a player joins a lobby and leaves, they will be unable to join a lobby again for the duration of their session.
To be able join a new lobby at any time, they must enter the game’s lobby password.
Players will also be able create new lobbies in the new Online Game lobby.
Fortnitions servers will also now be available to anyone who has a PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
The latest patch also brings some stability fixes and fixes for some performance issues with the game, such as a number of memory leaks and memory corruption issues.
It’s not yet clear if the server will continue to be up and going for a month or if it will be completely wiped, but we’re sure it will.
For now, the community is getting a taste of what’s coming with the new patch.
We’ll keep you posted as things change.