Fortnite floating movement glitches come to light
Fortnite is one of the most popular Battle Royale games on PC, and with Epic rolling out new content to keep players engaged, there ought to be some bugs here as well.
Fortnite has been premier in fixing community issues. And rather than rolling out big updates and all the patches in one go, Epic does not shy away from rolling out small sized updates to fix the bugs. This is what has led Fornite have a huge player base and loyal community as well.
But recently, a player posted a video on Reddit where he was stuck in Snow Biome and was floating on the mountain instead of slipping or walking on it. The player could not move normally and was kind of skating on snow until he tried to build and use grenades to get him out of the bugged area of Snow biomes.
Take a look at the video below:
The reddit community was quick to reply and it turns out, this is not just one time glitch but has happened to players everywhere. Sometimes players just build themselves out of the mountain, but there are instances where player aren’t able to get out of that place and remain stuck, which in turn leads them to leave the game eventually.
Players say that you can build and get out of that bugged mountain but this weird floating glitch can affect a lot of fights, especially when the safe zone is the mountain. Players have got stuck there more than once which means it is a genuine bugged mountain which needs to be fixed.
Epic game devs have been active on reddit and have been quick to reply to community issues, but there’s still no word from the developers regarding this glitch at least as yet. We will keep you updated on the issue, until then just build in Snow biome. That’s the best you can do.
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