Fortnite's One-Time Rocket Event Is Happening Tomorrow

Fortnite's One-Time Rocket Event Is Happening Tomorrow

Fortnite's One-Time Rocket Event Is Happening Tomorrow

The reason why Playground mode is so intriguing to players is because it's essentially a sandbox where you can build, explore, and practice fighting to your heart's content. Fortnite's Season 5 setup isn't coming for another two weeks, so the rocket launch probably won't do much at all other than launch into the sky, but it's going to be one of those moments you wish you were around for instead of doing other stuff all day.

Epic Games has provided another update regarding the downtime for the new Playground Limited Time Mode in Fortnite: Battle Royale and it is more bad news for those waiting to try it out.

Fortnite's heralding a pretty important event tomorrow, and if you're planning on being out of the house for a bit, you may want to rethink those plans. Today, Epic posted a thread to Reddit that said it was still working to resolve the issues and that it would have another update at 12:00 PM Eastern.

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"We're continuing to test our matchmaking service improvements and are still aiming to release the Playground LTM as soon as possible". Epic Games has finally acknowledged the launching of a missile with an in-game message.

Players will be updated with additional information on Monday, July 2. While the usual servers were back up and running within a few hours, Playground mode has yet to be restored. We're sorry we haven't been able to get you in the LTM, and we know waiting is the worst.

Unfortunately, Playground was only live for a short time before Epic had to take it offline. You gather resources 10x faster than normal, and there are more llamas and chests to loot.

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