Fortnite Chapter 3, Offline Solved: Epic Games Confirms Unreal Engine 5

While exploring the many novelties introduced by Fortnite: Royal Battle Chapter 3, free to play players can also watch in action the new Epic Games home engine.

From the pages of its official Twitter account, the software house has confirmed that with this new era of free to play, Fortnite development has officially been transferred to the Unreal Engine 5. The promising graphic engine has not yet been shown to work in many titles, with development teams gradually learning to discover its secrets. Among the currently animated games from Unreal Engine 5, we can mention the expected Hellblade 2: Senua’s Saga, whose release is scheduled exclusively on PC and Xbox Series X.

With the arrival of Spider-Man webs in Fortnite: Chapter 3, there are numerous players who have come back to venture on the shores of the island of play. Even because of the large influx of public, unexpected problems have not been missed recently. During the evening of Monday, December 7, for example, many users experienced difficulties in accessing free to play. Now, Epic Games announces that it has solved every problem, with all the login functions that have been fully restored.

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