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Fortnite Devs Give A Heads Up To Embrace Server Downtime – Hurricane Florence Is On Its Way

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The folks over at Epic Games has managed to change their studio around ever since they announced the Battle Royale mode for their game last year. Fortnite basically needs no introduction given how much popularity it has garnered.

As Hurricane Florence heads towards the coast of North and South Carolina, the folks over at Epic Games have given a heads up warning that Fortnite servers may go down soon in the affected area.

Since players may have taken note of the issue, this definitely doesn’t mean that you’re doomed. In fact, if you are safe, you could choose to play on NA-East servers for the meantime while Epic sorts things out. Given that Epic Games is situated in Cary, North Carolina, it seems like, if affected, it may take a while before Epic gets back up and gets everything back to normal. But again, given the path Hurricane Florence is following, it doesn’t seem like there should be much damage much around Cary, North Carolina. Hopefully, it doesn’t take any damage.

Since this may take a while, Epic has promised to keep everyone updated through their social media handles and Reddit.


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