All Bugs Currently Confirmed to Be Fixed in Fortnite 13.30 Update

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Credit: Epic Games

All the bugs that are confirmed to be fixed in Fortnite 13.30 update have been published.

Bugs are a common term used for glitches or fault in a game. They are a game developer’s worst nightmare. Bugs are the main thing that developers usually have to worry about when making a game.

Any game online or offline is bound to have bugs. There is no game out there that is free of bugs. Bugs or glitches are something that can hamper the player experience. So game developers are always quick to act. They always try to fix severe game-breaking bugs that can deter players from playing the game.

Just like any other game Fortnite also has a lot of bugs. Epic Games previously have been very efficient in fixing any bugs. With so many new items and the everchanging map, Fortnite has bugs probably more than other games. Epic Games are quick to fix any bugs that players report.

Every patch they fix a lot of bugs. But the nature of bugs is that if you fix one ten more might pop up in it’s place. So it’s not an easy task.

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Just like previous updates this time Epic games have also published a list of all the bugs that are going to be fixed in the next Fortnite 13.30 update.

Confirmed Bugs That are Going to be Fixed

Below are the bugs that are going to be fixed in the next update. The first one includes the Whirlpool bug. Epic has currently disabled all Whirlpools in the game. They will be fixed and re-enabled in the next update.

Two of the bugs are surrounding the POI Authority. Epic is going to fix the Supply drop bug and the infamous slow gliding bug around Authority.

After the last update players were seeing black boxes appearing behind them while in the storm. Epic Games will also fix this in the next update.

They will also fix the floating rings not appearing.

Fortnite Save The World and Creative bugs are also going to be fixed in this update. Going constructor animation bug and unfair ammo consumption bug is set to be fixed for the PvE mode of Fortnite.

The Creative bug that cuts of players names when in voice chat are going to be fixed too.

Possible Bug Fixes

There are also some bugs that might get a fix in the next update. These have a 50/50 chance of getting fixed.

Bugs that don’t have a fix yet

Also, Epic Games are aware of some bugs but do not have a fix yet.

With the fix for all these bugs, the game will improve for players and hopefully they can enjoy the game a little more.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.