Fortnite Downtime (March 10): How Long Will Servers Be Down?

Another Fortnite downtime is currently in progress. Epic Games took servers down for a major update that brings Chapter 4 – Season 2. Due to this, the video game is currently unavailable and players will have to wait for servers to come back in order to play it again.

The new season of the video game will bring many new features, from major map changes to a new Battle Pass. Unfortunately, the new season is not available yet. On a positive note, Chapter 4 – Season 2 will be available once servers come back.

Many players are wondering how long the downtime will last and this article will explain everything you need to know about it.

Fortnite downtime may last for an extended time

Epic Games always takes Fortnite servers down for major updates. Due to this, the update for the new season is no exception. New seasons always contain a lot of new data, which is why the video game creator needs to prepare servers for it.

Thanks to Fortnite leakers, players already know most of the new content that will be available in Chapter 4 – Season 2. However, the Fortnite downtime is currently in progress, which is why the new season is not available at the moment.

The new season of Fortnite Battle Royale will be available once the downtime ends (Image via Epic Games)

Unfortunately, Epic Games hasn’t revealed any information on when the Fortnite downtime will end. The video game creator never reveals this information since some downtimes last for a long time. However, barring any unexpected problems, servers should be up in a few hours.

Almost every downtime lasts for up to three hours. Due to this, we expect servers to return by 5 or 6 AM Eastern Time. It’s important to note that this information is not official and is just a guess.