Those attempting to play Fortnite today will find themselves disappointed, as Fortnite matchmaking disabled errors are affecting all players. This is due to scheduled maintenance, which has no specified ending time. Hold tight, as once servers are up again, you’ll be able to enjoy the goodies bundled with the Fortnite 2.4.2 update!
Fortnite Matchmaking Disabled: Why Is Fortnite Matchmaking Temporarily Disabled?
In order to implement the Fortnite 2.4.2 update, Epic Games has had to disable matchmaking. This is a period of scheduled maintenance, where all players will be forced offline, and be unable to play.
Fortnite Matchmaking Disabled: Fortnite Server Shutdown
Sometimes changes don’t require any downtime, and players can continue to enjoy the game. However, with this Fortnite 2.4.2 patch, downtime is required.
Fortnite Matchmaking Disabled: How Long Is Fortnite Down?
Again, there’s no ETA for when the maintenance will have been completed, but Epic Games is hoping it’s “soon.”
You can keep an eye on the @FortniteGame Twitter account for the latest updates, and when servers are expected to be back online.
Fortnite Matchmaking Disabled: Fortnite 2.4.0 Update
The current downtime is required to implement the Fortnite 2.4.2 update. Epic Games has provided Fortnite 2.4.2 patch notes, which grant a preview of what’s coming to the game.
Here are the highlights:
Fortnite New Skins
Cupid’s arrow has struck Battle Royale, bringing in Valentine’s Day themed skins.
The Crossbow is the newest weapon addition to Battle Royale. Nock those arrows!
Take a look at the full list of Fortnite 2.4.2 patch notes here, which detail the changes coming to both Fortnite Battle Royale and Fortnite Save the World.
In other Fortnite news, Epic Games is slowing down the development of Paragon to focus on Fortnite, here’s the latest community stats showcase, and get a look at the future updates coming to the game.