Fortnite patch 3.37 patch notes today (November 3)
A brand new Fortnite The update rolled out earlier today (November 3) for PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. However, don’t get too excited as no new content is included in the latest patch.
With v18.40 expected to arrive early next week, players can look forward to a lot of new content included in the next content update. Unfortunately, today’s update isn’t as exciting.
Fortunately, no server downtime is required for today’s patch. But players will be prompted to download and install a small patch before they can replay. The update also appears to be only for PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch, with no update currently available for PC.
Here’s everything you need to know around November 3 Fortnite update, including official patch notes.
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Today’s novelty Fortnite update is only small in size, but will vary depending on your platform. Xbox and PlayStation users will find the size of November 3 Fortnite update to be between 400 MB and 500 MB.
What’s new today Fortnite Update?
As mentioned earlier, today’s update is simply a bug fix with no new content. As detailed in the patch notes below, the Nintendo Switch version of the game had some stability improvements, while the Xbox and PlayStation versions had issues resolved with a split screen bug.
Check out the official patch notes below for more details.
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Fortnite 3.37 Release Notes (November 3)
Below are the official patch notes for November 3 Fortnite update, courtesy of the Fortnite Twitter Status Account:
“We have deployed a maintenance patch on Nintendo Switch and on PlayStation and Xbox consoles. This patch fixes address stability issues on Nintendo Switch, as well as split screen issues on Xbox and PlayStation consoles ”.
That’s all for today Fortnite update, fans can expect more content to arrive in the v18.40 update, which is scheduled to arrive on Tuesday, November 9.
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