Epic Games obviously hates releasing patch notes for their Battle Royale video game, Fortnite. Since Chapter 2, they haven’t posted any official patch notes for their updates, and the last time they did was at the start of the Chapter. This is a cruel perception for the community, and everyone is seeking for answers to the same question. Why did Epic Games imbiber such a way of development?
It may still be unclear for most of the players, especially data miners who haven’t discovered anything of value within each new update. The 11.11 update is the most present one, and data miners are still tinkering within the files trying to find any suitable changes that would excite fans across the world.
Sadly, the files miss such info, which leads us to the very same point of Patch Notes vaulting except on Trello, where Epic Games posts about Fortnite on a daily basis. Currently, Fortnite v11.11’s patch notes have a couple of known issues fixed. But they’re just the face of it, and they do not go more in-depth to what everyone wants to hear.
According to it, the section below showcases the fixes developed in patch 11.11. Should they be considered for official patch notes? Well, it is coming from a legitimate source, so we’d assume the notes provided are in the completion of today’s update.
- Cosmetic issue involving Kitbash Outfit’s head to appear floating.
- Magma Wrap looks different than intended.
- Gift wrap missing for gifted Battle Passes.
- Wireframe sphere may appear around some pet Back Blings.
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- Can’t increase the Rarity of the Nightfall Schematic.
- Locked Missions appearing for some players in Hexsylvania.
Epic Games has to reorder their way of posting updates, so they could cut the player struggles caused by determining the patch notes by themselves.