Fortnite servers are down for maintanence, as Epic Games prepares to release update 5.2.
The Fortnite servers will be taken offline at 9am UK time, although fans will be unable to find a game before then.
The downtime will coincide with the release of a new update and a lengthy list of patch notes.
Typically, the numbered updates have longer outages, so expect the game to come back online at around 11am BST.
According to the early patch notes, Epic has already confirmed that PC voice chat problems will be a thing of the past after the next update.
A problem with crosshairs and field of vision will also be fixed in update 5.2.
“When using certain Outfits and zooming in while aiming down sights it’s possible to lose field of view as well as have your crosshair blocked by your outfit,” reads an Epic post. “We’re investigating this issue.”
Players will also be praying for the return of ATKs and Shopping Carts, which are essential for completing the Week 4 challenges.
In the meantime, fans have discovered alleged new features, skins and items leaked as part of early Android patch notes.
According to game files datamined by XDA Developers, new Fortnite skins could include a special Durr Burger hero, male and female exercise models from the 1980s and even a sushi chef.
Over the course of the next few weeks, it looks like Epic is also planning to release a new cage trap, consumables called Prickly Pears and a handful of limited time modes (LTMs).
This is said to include a Wild West mode where modern technology is removed, as well as a tactical mode in which building supplies are limited.
Hopefully by the release of the next major update, Fortnite will be available on Android.
Recent reports suggest Fortnite will be available as a timed exclusive on the Galaxy Note 9.
That’s based on a recent report posted on 9to5Google, which suggests Fortnite will launch alongside the new device. The same report claims that it will be a Note 9 exclusive for 30 days.
And ahead of the Note 9 reveal on August 9, a leaked poster has given fans an idea about when the device will be available to buy.
If the exclusivity rumour is to be believed, then this means Fortnite will be available for Android on the same day, although initially only for the Note 9. A full Android release would follow at the end of September.