Fortnite has one of the most aggressive upgrade schedules in the business, and it's clear that upgrading a fortnite materials so often can cause all kinds of unexpected problems to come up.
Last extended downtime has been caused by mistakes that caused a crippling number of database queries, and Epic went to some fairly intense detail describing exactly what was happening. The business has a habit of a certain amount of transparency, so expect lots of upgrades if this goes on much longer.
It's a big setback for a day which was going fairly well for Epic Games, even if some server problems over at PlayStation Network have been giving PS4 users a few issues. It does not appear to be a great day on the technical aspect of things entire.
Fortnite has experienced some intermittent technical problems lately, most especially some matchmaking problems that resulted in the developer to delay the much-anticipated Playground style for a week. But it's been some time since it saw prolonged unplanned downtime, and so we hope that isn't what we are considering here.
Fortnite has one of the most aggressive update programs in the company, and it's clear that upgrading a game so frequently can cause all sorts of unanticipated problems to come up. Last extended downtime was caused by mistakes that caused a disproportionate quantity of database questions, and Epic went to some pretty intense detail describing exactly what was happening.