FORTNITE SERVER UPDATE: Epic Games is terminating a networking option that will affect the Middle East Server – Starting on May 9, 2022, a networking option provided by one of our partners will be terminated. As a result, if you are playing on the Middle East server, you might experience a high ping. We are exploring different options to solve this issue and will keep you posted. For Future Fortnite updates Follow InsideSport on GOOGLE NEWS
Please be aware that any solution will take time to be implemented. Therefore, we cannot provide an estimated solution date at this time. If you experience high ping after May 9, we recommend switching to another server or setting your server selection to Auto as a temporary workaround.
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FORTNITE SERVER UPDATE: Epic Games is terminating a networking option that will affect the Middle East Server
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What Fortnite game modes will be affected?
All Fortnite game modes will be affected, including Battle Royale/Zero Build, Creative games, and Save the World.
Who exactly is impacted?
It is hard to determine the specific impact on particular players, as it depends on several factors such as ISP and region. However, we do know that players will only be impacted if they connect to the Middle East server.
What about Fortnite competitive events?
Arena and all tournaments — except for FNCS — will be affected. Players connecting to the Middle East server can expect the same impact in competitive matches as in other non-competitive matches.
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