Another New Fortnite Update Out Now For PS4, Xbox One, And PC
Epic has deployed another update for Battle Royale.
A new patch is now available for Fortnite. Coming on the heels of the big v3.4 update, developer Epic has deployed another fairly minor patch for the popular battle royale game, which primarily resolves a handful of bugs and makes a few other performance improvements.
Specifically, update v3.4.1 fixes the delay in the Pump Shotgun animation. It also resolves an issue with the game not displaying the distance for Sniper Rifle eliminations. Finally, the patch implements "multiple" unspecified crash fixes.
Patch v3.4.1 is available to download now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Epic says it will roll out a similar update for the mobile version in the "near future," which will also include some platform-specific fixes. You can read the brief patch notes for the new update below or on the official Fortnite forums.
The latest patch arrives shortly after the release of Fortnite's v3.4 update. That introduced new content to both Battle Royale and Save the World modes. The former received a new weapon, the Guided Missile, and brought back the temporarily disabled Boogie Bomb. Epic also shuffled the rarity of shotguns, although they're functionally identical to before. Meanwhile, Save the World players can now take on a new Easter-themed quest line.
Update v3.4 also kicked off a new limited-time mode for Battle Royale: Sniper Shootout v2. Likewise, a new batch of weekly challenges are now available for Battle Pass holders. Be sure to check out our guide on how to complete Fortnite's Week 6 challenges.
Fortnite v3.4.1 Patch Notes
- Multiple Crash Fixes
- Pump Shotgun Animation Delay
- Distance not being shown for Sniper Rifle eliminations
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