Fortnite’s massive Galactus episode has gone back and forth, and it was very intriguing, if to some degree brief, live episode. It closed with the revelation of when Fortnite Season 5 will start. But it seems that presently you can’t play Fortnite. Its servers are down, and that is by plan.
Will Fortnite Be Playable Again Only After Season 5 Starts?
The live episode closed with a “to be proceeded in Season 5” pop up, alongside a seven-hour prolog revealing a beginning time for Season 5: 12 AM ET on December 2. Notwithstanding, as opposed to sending players back to the menu to keep playing or practicing relentlessly at the fight pass, the main choice is “leave.” It marks the conclusion to the game, and re-opening it just replays this short message. Sadly you cannot get to play any part of the game at the present time, no matter what you do, comprising something like Fortnite Creative or Save the World, not to mention the Battle Royale mode.
As Epic said ahead of time, you can’t replay the episode, yet it turns out you can’t do anything. Ideally you didn’t have plans to play Fortnite today. This isn’t the first run through Epic has done this- – beforehand, it shut down Fortnite for quite a long time, which end up being an incredible surprising viral second. Rarely do an enormously mainstream game is closed down in that style. For this situation, the stand by won’t be so long- – following the finish of the Galactus episode, there were a little more than seven hours until Season 5 starts and Fortnite returns.
It turns out you really won’t have the choice to play even after this initiation closes. Epic wrote about Twitter that Fortnite is in a “prep state” for Season 5 and the v15.00 update that will be conveyed to kick it off. Laborer get-away will begin at 12 AM and run for four hours, which infers Fortnite will get playable at 1 AM PT/4 AM ET/9 AM GMT. Clearly, that is despite any issues that may arise and expect backing to be extended.