The game developers provide the players with regular updates providing performance enhancement and a whole lot of modifications. And if a bug comes up in such updates, the developers are very quick to respond to it and fix it, the recent testament to this fact is the update 3.03. Didn’t understand what we meant? Well, here’s all about this recent update which was launched in quick succession of the update 3.02. Read on to find out about Fortnite’s Latest Update 3.03 Makes the Game Much Stable in the New PS.
Fortnite’s Latest Update 3.03
Fortnite very recently launched the update 3.02 bringing about many new goodies for the players. However soon after the developers have now released an update 3.03, classifying it as a maintenance patch, that aims upon improving performance for PS5 and PC players.
The company said the maintenance patch will bring about a lot of improvements including enhanced stability in PS5, fixing of issues for Pc players, and bug fixes in tournaments.
We've released a maintenance patch to address:
-The queuing bug with tournaments
-The "Disable Pre-edit Option" in BR/Creative applying to STW
-The recent performance issues on PC (DX12 still impacted)
-The PS5 stability issues
— Fortnite Status (@FortniteStatus) February 5, 2021
What else does the update have?
The developers also announced a tweak in the performance mode, so as to improve the frames per second of the players, though the company said there would be a drop in the texture quality.
In addition to all the company said that they have also improved several subtle yet key stability issues for the various platforms.
The company also announced that they are working on more such issues, so that players can expect more such performance enhancement updates in the future. The update However is a bulky one, and is around a whole gb. Though players, especially the PS5 one’s can expect considerable improvement in performance and stability after the update.
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