Epic Games has taken the Fortnite servers offline this morning in time for the big content update and new weekly challenges.
The server downtime started this morning, with gamers taken out of their games roughly 20 minutes before downtime as usual.
The servers were turned off at 8am BST (4am ET) this morning, with players taken out of their accounts to let the update come in.
Fortnite players have a bunch of new content to look forward to, as well as a new set of weekly challenges and tasks to complete for the Battle Pass.
How long is Fortnite downtime today?
Fortnite will be offline for roughly two hours this morning as Epic Games bring in a big new update for the shooter.
The servers were taken offline at 8am BST (4am ET) this morning, with players taken out of their games roughly 20 minutes before the servers were switched off.
It is hard to pinpoint how long the update will take, though Epic Games has taken anywhere from one to three hours to roll in a new patch.
Gamers should be able to log back into Fortnite services at 11am today though.
This week will roll in a brand new content update, with new gameplay features as well as new weekly challenges.
This week marks the end of the Fortnite birthday celebrations, with only one day left for players to finish the challenges or grab the last llamas in the Save the World mode.
New skins, cosmetics, and items will be available when the update completes at 11am.
Season 5 Week 4 challenges have leaked online, giving players a hint as to expect for this week’s tasks.
Here is the full list of Week 4 challenges.
• Build structures (250) — 5 Battle Stars
• Jump through flaming hoops with a Shopping Car or ATK (5) — 5 Battle Stars
• Eliminate opponents in Dusty Divot (3) — 10 Battle Star
• Deal damage with Sniper Rifles to opponents (500) — 5 Battle Stars
• Search Chests in Flush Factory (7) — 5 Battle Stars
• Search between a gas station, soccer pitch, and Stunt Mountain (1) — 10 Battle Stars
• Pistol Eliminations (3) — 10 Battle Stars