Fortnite's 'The Device' incident reached capacity in just one minute and the players are naturally crazy

Fortnite's 'The Device' incident reached capacity in just one minute and the players are naturally crazy
Finally, a virtual event was held in the ever-popular Fortnight Universe.

The long-awaited online game "The Device" filled in just a minute after fans arrived on Monday, another milestone for popular multiplayer.

Knowing that the in-game live event would fill up quickly, Epic Games advised fans to arrive 30 minutes before 2pm. ET start time to secure your location. But then, at 1:31 pm, exactly one minute after the recommended queue time, Epic announced that the event was complete.

"Today's event has reached its potential. If you are not in the game yet, we recommend that you watch the event via live broadcast."

For the hidden players who had waited weeks for the event, which marks the end of season 2 of the game's chapter 2, the announcement was certainly disappointing.

One person tweeted, "They have enough server space for everyone to have enough money." "He recommended queuing at 1:30. I queued at 1:25. I'm more than mad."

"You better give every child who tried to pass the skin or a free war pass because it's ridiculous. You delay the last two seasons and you delay the event for two weeks and Now even half the people cannot get it ”said the other.

Many compared the incident to Travis Scott's virtual concert at Fortnite, stating that the server should be able to handle more players if they could handle the more than 12 million people who watched their concert.

Epic Games did not respond to CNN's request for comment on the server's limited capacity.

The season-ending epic events for Fortnite are known as Epics. And according to those who were capable of the game, Monday's event did not disappoint. The agency, an important building on Fortnite Island, was destroyed, and stayed with us non-players, turning into a wall of purple storm water, gesturing for season 3 to begin, starting Wednesday Happening.

The device and the Season 3 release were delayed earlier this month due to widespread protests and outrage over George Floyd's death.

Recent events are a great reminder of the ongoing injustices in society, ranging from basic human rights abuses to the effects of both extremism and micro-racism towards people of color, "said Epic Games in a blog post at that moment." The team is keen for Fortnite to move forward, but we need to balance the release of Season 3 for the team with time to focus on ourselves, our family and our communities. ''

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