While Epic Games just released the big v15.30 patch for Fortnite earlier this week, the company has released the Fortnite update 3.03 February 5 patch that’s also out for next-gen platforms. This isn’t your usual stability patch, as this includes specific fixes for PC, and even the PS5.
Fortnite Update 3.03 February 5 Patch Notes:
Update: Epic Games fired off a new tweet regarding Performance Mode being affected with this new patch.
With the release of this maintenance patch, you will notice a decrease in texture quality when using Performance Mode. This is intended in order to maintain high FPS in the mode and prevent invisible constructions.
— Fortnite Status (@FortniteStatus) February 5, 2021
Here’s what Epic Games has shared today regarding this new title update:
We’ve released a maintenance patch to address:
-The queuing bug with tournaments
-The “Disable Pre-edit Option” in BR/Creative applying to STW
-The recent performance issues on PC (DX12 still impacted)
-The PS5 stability issues
As far as we’re aware, that’s about it. On the official Fortnite Trello board, some issues are still being investigated and we’ve listed some of the pertinent ones below.
PS5 Players crashing when using the Freezing Burst Emote with the Leviathan Axe. (Investigating)
We’re investigating an issue that is causing PS5 players to crash when using the Freezing Burst Emote with the Leviathan Axe.
Creative Mode Top Issues:
Phone Booths do not respect island settings when players change skins (Investigating)
We’re investigating an issue that is causing Phone Booths to not respect island settings when using the island setting “Start With Pickaxe” to “No”
Set “Start With Pickaxe” to “Yes”
3D resolution reset itself even if the player saved the settings (Investigating)
The 3D reset itself to 75% on each launch of the title, even if the player saved their settings to 100% in the last session.
If there are more changes included in this patch that’s not mentioned above, feel free to share them down below in the comments and we’ll update the post if we find more.
Update: Epic Games sent out a new tweet, which we’ve included above.