Fortnite Update 2.47 (v11.21) Now Live, Here’s What Got Changed

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Epic Games has been rather quiet on the patch front the past week, but not today. The studio released Fortnite update v11.21, or which console gamers will see as Fortnite update 2.47. Those curious, there’s a multitude of game issues address, which you can read in the Fortnite update 2.47 patch notes below. File size of the update is 944MB on PS4.

Fortnite update 2.47 patch notes:

General:

Description
The Show FPS option is missing from the settings in Battle Royale/Creative.

Discussion Thread
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Platforms
All

Work Around
None

Battle Royale:

Description
The refund token count is displaying incorrectly.

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All

Creative:

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We are investigating reports of controller input delay for the following actions in Creative:

  • Reloading
  • Editing
  • Placing builds
  • Switching modes

UPDATE:
We plan to address this issue in both our next release and a subsequent one.

UPDATE 2:

We have addressed this issue in patch v11.21 and will address it further in our next release.

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Platforms
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Mobile:

Description
Players may experience FPS drops and hitching. Lower to mid-end devices are more affected, but this issue has been noticed on all devices.

UPDATE:
While we have made improvements in patch v11.20, we are continuing to look into reports of hitching and FPS drops for all mobile devices.

UPDATE 2:

In patch v11.21, we have further addressed reports of hitching and FPS drops on mobile devices. We plan to include more improvements in our next release

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Platform
All

Description
We’re aware of an increase of low-detailed buildings on Nintendo Switch and will have this resolved in the next release.

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Nintendo Switch

Note that it seems Epic has gone back to just posting game update details via the official Trello board, and unfortunately, this is all we have in terms of a changelog.

Don’t forget, Season 1 has been extended by Epic Games all the way up to February 2020, which you can read more about here.

Source: Fortnite Trello

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