Fortnite Update 2.55 Now Out, Here’s What’s in v11.50

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While we’re a few weeks away from the start of Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2, Epic Games is continuing with the Fortnite updates. Today, Fortnite update v11.50 is released, which console gamers will see as Fortnite update 2.55.

Fortnite update 2.55 changes and issues fixed:

Battle Royale:

New console players may have matchmaking issues when first linking their account

Description
When a new player on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch first links their Epic account, they may have trouble finding a match.


Platforms
PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch


Workaround
Restarting the game and returning to the lobby should resolve the issue.

Progress for “Earn Gold Scavenger Medals” Rippley vs. Sludge Overtime Challenge not tracking.

Description
Progress for the “Earn Gold Scavenger Medals” Rippley vs. Sludge Overtime Challenge may not track at times.

Platforms
All

Completion not saved for “Search Chests in a single match” Challenge.

Description
If a player completes the “Search Chests in a single match” Chaos Rising Challenge after completing the “Save yourself from fall damage by landing in a Hideout” Trick Shot Challenge, their completion of the former may not be saved.

Discussion Thread
Reddit thread

Platforms
All

Sidegrading feature present in competitive playlists.

Description
We’re aware that the Sidegrading feature is present in competitive playlists. This is unintentional — the feature will be disabled in competitive playlists in our next major release.


Platforms
All

Creative:

During round-based games, players may be unable to shoot their weapons or aim down sights after respawning

Description
Players may be unable to shoot weapons or aim down sights after new round starts in Creative games.


Workaround
Resetting the controls or keybinds back to “Old School” will allow players to shoot again.


Platforms
All

Unable to aim down sights after being eliminated

Description
Some players are unable to aim down sights after being eliminated in a Creative match.


Platforms
PC


Work Around
Resetting the controls or keybinds back to “Old School” will allow players to shoot again.

Mobile:

Mobile swipe-up feature may close app on players.

Description
The swipe-up feature on my has been reported to be interfering with buttons near the bottom of the screen or closing the app on players.


Platforms
iOS

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