Epic Games recently released patch 12.50 of the game, which brought the exciting and exciting Party Royale mode of the game. This new mode also features a new map and includes paintball launchers as elements.
On top of that, Epic Games announced today that Fortnite 2020 had been canceled, and all competitive events will take place online. This step was taken in the wake of the Corona Virus pandemic.
On the subject, many Fortnite players currently have problems with voice chat and are unable to communicate with other players. They took to Twitter to voice their concerns. Take a look at some complaints below.
Epic Games have not yet officially addressed this issue. But in another tweet, they confirmed that they were currently investigating computer crashes during launch or slowdowns in Fortnite.
We're aware of a PC crash affecting some players when launching or idling in Fortnite.— Fortnite Status (@FortniteStatus) April 30, 2020
We'll provide an update when we have more information.https://t.co/bBJpKidvSX
Well, we definitely hope Epic Games will also deal with the voice chat issue, and it will provide a solution to it soon. Rest assured, we closely monitor all relevant developments, and we will update the story with relevant information when we get to any of them. So in case you are facing the problems discussed here, stay tuned for updates.