Each patch usually brings with it a series of in-game changes and updates to keep the gameplay fresh for players. What can we expect in the 21.10 update? Here is everything we know about Fortnite 21.10 update.
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LATEST- Fortnite Server Downtime Live
As anticipated, the server downtime surrounding Fortnite's 21.10 Update is now live and is expected to last between two hours and four hours as the new content is added to the game.
This article will be updated throughout the day with any new info regarding the update and its content.
Fortnite 21.10 Update Release Date
According to the consistently reliable Fortnite leaker/news Twitter account @ShiinaBR, the 21.10 update for Fortnite has been added to the staging servers.
When the updates are added to the staging servers that means that the update is released the following Tuesday, something that was confirmed by another reliable Fortnite source in @iFireMonkey who suggests that the update will release Tuesday 21st June 2022. The expected launch time for the patch is 1 am PST / 4 am EST / 9 am BST. These updates are usually accompanied by a 2-4 hour period of server downtime while any changes are implemented.
What Can We Expect in Update 21.10?
The new Fortnite update is fast approaching and because of that, a lot of the content fans can expect to get is starting to leak ahead of time from the game's various insiders.
One such insider is Twitter user and reliable Fortnite source @ShiinaBR, who posted a list of things expected in tomorrow's patch.
The update will apparently see the introduction of a lot of content for players, including the introduction of the Season 3 Battle Pass' Super Styles, more styles for the Snap outfit and the Naruto collaboration.
That's just the tip of the iceberg, however as a new weapon is expected to arrive in the 21.10 update, either an entirely new one or an older one getting unvaulted. It's not clear which will be the one to arrive but a firework weapon and sawblade gun are both expected to arrive at some point in the season.