Fortnite has a massive fan base and it’s played by all age groups globally. The game features something for everyone, be it the unique graphics animations or countless collaborations. While Epic Games has always managed to scale up its backend servers to handle overload or lagging issues, it still isn’t foolproof.
There have been several instances where Fortnite servers couldn’t handle the overload when players logged in simultaneously. Here are four instances where players managed to break the Epic Games’ servers.
While the game has seen several Marvel characters, none of them were hyped as much as Spiderman was. Leaks and speculations surrounding the collaboration were always in limelight, but Epic Games’ announcement of the collaboration drove the players crazy. The Mythic Web-Shooters have set the game ablaze ever since it was released and have been hailed as one of the best Fortnite Mythic items to date.
While the ending of Fortnite Chapter 2 was leaked, it was still one of the most significant events in the history of the game. The island flipping on its axis managed to impress everyone, and the creative Fortnite Chapter 3 downtime screen was added to the game. Chapter 3 Season 1 is a huge success and managed to impress old and new players alike.
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The number of players witnessed an immense spike during the recent Chapter-ending live event in Chapter 2 Season 8. An enormous number of players logged in to see how it all comes to an end. Many players were surprised when Epic Games revealed the face of the Foundation. The live event managed to attract a huge number of players to the lobby, breaking the game’s servers for some time. However, this incident did not impact the overall experience of the game.
Winterfest 2021 Fortnite Winterfest 2021 is just a few days old, and it has already managed to break the game’s servers. The developers recently announced several free rewards as part of the event leading to unexpected login and other issues.