Games: Xbox One: Fortnite
Get the lowdown on all things Fortnite—Battle Royale, Fortnite on mobile, Save the World, cross-platform play, and support. For more info, check out the Fortnite FAQ.
Workaround: The game will need to be updated with the latest patch. To update the game, follow these steps:
Once the update is complete, you should be able to launch Fortnite with no issue.
Note If your console doesn’t see the update, restart the console by going to the System menu in the guide and selecting Restart console. After your console restarts, Fortnite should update automatically the next time you launch it.
For info about your Epic account, go to the Support Center.
Go to Order history to see your transactions.
Players looking to refund in-game items should visit the Self-Service Cosmetic Return portal within the game.
There is a three-time lifetime refund limit for cosmetic items in-game. Cosmetic in-game refunds are only valid within 30 days of purchase.
Any refund requests for items purchased from the Microsoft Store should be directed to the Refund Request form.
Fortnite on Xbox One supports cross-network play, which means you can team up with and play against players on other networks such as Nintendo, PlayStation, or PC. To learn more about setting up your game to take advantage of cross-network play, see How do multiplayer and communication work for cross-network play?
Fortnite on Xbox One supports the ability to play with a mouse and keyboard. Note that when using a mouse and keyboard on Xbox One, you’ll be placed in a game with other users who also chose mouse and keyboard as their control option. To enable your setup to use mouse and keyboard, see Mouse and keyboard support on Xbox One.
Note If you’re on a child account, you’ll also need to enable settings for cross-network play to use a keyboard and mouse while playing on Xbox One.
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