Epic Games launched its latest Fortnite live event and now it looks servers are down.
The good news is that Epic Games has already switched back on the normal playlists and this latest outage is not expected to last long.
The development team also apologised to those gamers who missed out on watching the event, having warned of limited space earlier this week.
“The Device event has finished,” a message from the Fortnite support team explains.
“Core Battle Royale playlists are back on. All other Battle Royale playlists and Creative mode will be re-enabled shortly. We apologize to those who couldn’t attend live.”
While some players are stuck waiting in queues, it appears that Fortnite Battle Royale modes will be back to normal soon.
No ETA has been confirmed for when normal service will begin but the number of outage reports are dropping.
Official Fortnite downtime is expected to be announced in the coming days as Epic Games gets ready for the Fortnite Season 3 launch.
This is happening on June 17 and will include some major changes for the game across all platforms.
A lengthy maintenance period is expected, along with a new trailer and Battle Pass.