(FORTNITE UPDATE v19.01)
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Fortnite 19.01 Patch Notes Reveal Super Level Styles Including Gold Spider-Man
The first Fortnite patch notes of the new season are here, and in the 19.01 patch, you’ll find a small number of cosmetic weapon fixes affecting a pair of the new weapons and items in Fortnite Chapter 3.
With this being a new chapter in addition to a new season, Chapter 3, Season 1 brought more brand-new weapons than usual, so it’s to be expected that we’d have some growing pains. Here are the complete patch notes, as well as details on the new Super Level Styles (sometimes called Enlightened Skins) in Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 1.
Fortnite 19.01 patch notes – weapon fixes
This first patch is a small one and addresses just a few issues lingering from the December 5 launch of the new season–though that’s because last week’s hotfix served to do a lot of that balancing already. Here’s what has been addressed.
Stinger SMG: The ammo count of the Stinger SMG now updates sooner in its reload animation.
Hunter Bolt-Action Sniper: The ammo count of the Hunter Bolt-Action Sniper now updates sooner in its reload animation.
Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 1 Super Level Styles
The real focus of the latest patch is the reveal of this season’s Super Level Styles. Taking your battle pass to level 100 is only the beginning for some players. After that, additional styles are unlocked for several characters, granting you new outfits up through level 140. But even after that feat, yet more styles, called Super Level Styles, await you on the way to level 200.
This season’s Super Level Styles come in three varieties: Photo Negative, Scarlet Blackout, and Gilded Reality. With styles clearly inspired by Spider-Man, you may be happy to learn that the webslinger himself is one of several heroes who can wear these Super Level Styles. Along with Spider-Man, you’ll earn new styles for the following characters:
- Lt. John Llama
Will you be going for the Super Level Styles in Fortnite Chapter 3, Season 1.
Why are Fortnite servers down? Game not responding ahead of update
Fortnite has gone down ahead of a new update.
Developers Epic Games said they had disabled matchmaking ahead of the upcoming v19.01 update.
On its server status page, it noted that almost all parts of Fortnite – from the game services to the item shops and leaderboards – were “under maintenance”.
Epic did not say how long the downtime would last, but server outages for maintenance tend to take around two hours. The outage began around 8am UK time.
All other parts of Epic, such as other games like Rocket League, as well as the Fortnite website, were still functional as normal.
Epic did not detail what the new update would include. But it is likely to include bug fixes, as well as new content such as the preparation for its annual “Winterfest” event.
Fortnite is regularly taken offline to prepare for new updates, with the outages serving both a technical and marketing purpose. In 2019, gamers were unable to play for more than a day to make way for its major “Chapter 2” patch.
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