The servers of the Middle East for the game Fortnite suffer from some problems..and the developer explains

The servers of the Middle East for the game Fortnite suffer from some problems..and the developer explains

Starting from May 9, 2022, one of the network options provided by partners to Epic will be terminated, so if you are playing on servers in the Middle East, you may experience significant slowdowns while playing in Fortnite.

The company, through its official website, confirmed that it will try to explore the available options to solve this problem, and there will be continuous updates when any new information is received, as the developer confirmed in a statement, in which he stated:


We are having a problem with servers for the Middle East, please be aware that any solution will take time to implement. Therefore, we cannot provide an expected date for resolving the issue at this time. If you experience any slow connection after May 9th, we advise you to move to another server or set server selection to automatic as a temporary workaround.

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With regard to frequently asked questions about this problem, here are the most important points and questions about this problem through the official website.

What Fortnite game modes will be affected?

All Fortnite game modes will be affected including Battle Royale / No Build Mode, Creative Battles and Save the World.

Who exactly will be affected?

It is difficult to narrow down the specific effect to specific players because it depends on various factors such as your ISP and region. However, we certainly understand that players will only be affected if they connect to the Middle East server.

What about competitive Fortnite events?

Arena and all tournaments except FNCS will be affected. Players connected to the Middle East server may experience the same effect in PvP matches as other matches.

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