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This new Fortnite update 12.41 update features skins and content designed around Travis Scott, besides other content.

A new Fortnite update 12.41 is now out on the live server and brings Travis Scott skins, Astronomical challenges and other changes. The developers of Fortnite have partnered up with American rapper Travis Scott. This new update features skins and content designed around him, besides other content. The new update is now available on PS4, Xbox One, PC, iOS, Android and Nintendo Switch. Also Read – Fortnite finally comes to Google Play Store 18 months after its launch

The biggest part of the upcoming update is the Travis Scott Astronomical event which will take place in the game. This event will be taking place between April 23 to April 25. This event will feature the world premiere of a brand new song from the rapper. “From April 23-25, blast off into a one of a kind musical journey featuring Travis Scott and the world premiere of a brand new track. Astronomical is an other-worldly experience inspired by Cactus Jack’s creations, built from the ground up in Fortnite.” Reads the blog post from Fortnite. Also Read – Fortnite has added a Harley Quinn skin for the release of Birds of Prey

“To make sure everyone has a chance to experience Astronomical, we’re setting up multiple tour dates with showtimes for players around the globe. Jump in to whichever time fits your schedule best, or catch an encore with your friends if they missed it.”

Travis Scott skin has also been added to the Icon Series with Fortnite update 12.41. His Outfits, Emotes, and more are now available. And for those that attend any of the Astronomical events, they’ll score an Astroworld Cyclone Glider and two loading screens for free. Besides this, starting April 21, players can unlock even more free gear by completing the Astronomical Challenges.

Fortnite update 12.41: Patch Notes

Battle Royale fixes

– UI disappears if cancelling Ready Up while spectating.

– Players on controller may get stuck spectating with no UI if their “Ready Up” is cancelled.

Fortnite update 12.41 General, Mobile and Creative issues…

– Midas’ Golden Touch appearing in low resolution on weapon Wraps.

–  Weapons affected by Midas’ Golden touch will appear to be in low resolution while equipped.

– Double-clicking item in the Chest tab may cause the game to crash.

– With the release of the April 16 maintenance patch for PC, Mac, and Android, this issue has been resolved on those platforms. We’ll keep you updated as this issue is resolved on the remaining platforms.

– Loading into “My Island” in Creative mode may cause Fortnite to freeze.

– We’re investigating an issue that is causing Fortnite to freeze when loading into “My Island” in creative mode.

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Fortnite Is Giving Players Chance to See the Diplo Concert

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Epic Games already put Fortnite’s new Party Royale mode to good use by hosting a surprise concert in the mode last night featuring Diplo and Jordan Fisher, but the concert was so much of a surprise that many people missed it because they didn’t even know it was happening. These events always get recorded and put online after the fact, but since watching it is never the same as seeing it in-person through the game, Epic Games is having a rebroadcast of the event to give people another chance to catch the action. It’s scheduled to happen on May 2nd at 10 a.m. ET.

The Party Royale mode was just added to the game last week, so it’s fitting that it’d be welcomed by such an event as this one. The mode gives players a conflict-free area to mess around in, and in last night’s case, that meant tuning in for yet another concert to watch.

For those who missed it, Epic Games announced that it’d be holding another showing of the concert. It looks like this will be the last one based on what’s been said about the event though, so you’ll want to make sure you see this one if you’re interested or else you’ll be stuck watching other players’ experiences on YouTube.

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Catch the rebroadcast of @diplo’s live Major Lazer set in Party Royale at 10 AM ET! pic.twitter.com/4bDOW3DEny— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) May 2, 2020

For those who’ve been paying attention to Fortnite’s latest in-game escapades, you’ll known this isn’t even the first concert that happened this month. Before this one, Epic Games welcomed Travis Scott to the game as the artist performed in a dramatic, cinematic experience that was aired multiple times throughout the week. That event brought in a record-breaking number of players, and while this Diplo and Jordan Fisher concert may not bring in similar numbers seeing how it was so sudden, it’s the first time that Epic Games has had two events like these so close to one another.0COMMENTS

It’s also an indicator of what can happen in the future in this Party Royale mode. With the mode just being added and already having such big guests in it, the possibilities moving forward are plentiful.

Be sure to catch Epic Games’ rebroadcast of the concert on May 2nd and keep an eye out for any future Party Royale events.

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Hulu app crashing for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV users

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A number of Hulu subscribers are having trouble watching shows via the streaming service, with reports from users largely claiming there to be a problem with app crashes for the iOS, iPadOS, and tvOS versions.

Reports of issues with Hulu’s service started on Tuesday morning at around 4:30am Eastern. A post on Reddit’s r/Hulu forum highlighted a sudden spike in problems for the app, an incident which was also recorded by DownDetector and has seemingly grown in scale as the hours wore on.

So far, reports indicate the bulk of the downtime occurs to those using Apple devices, including iPhones, iPads, and the Apple TV. Complaints include instances where the app crashes when opened, as well as problems during streaming when the app operates normally.

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Not all of the complaints have related to the Apple ecosystem, with a smaller number of incidents on other platforms.

According to Engadget, one user got in contact with Hulu’s support teams over the issues, and was advised there was an app update on the way that would fix the problem. While it is unclear exactly what is the problem, the claim suggests the error involves changes made on Hulu’s servers, one that should have been made at the same time as the release of an app update.

It is also plausible Hulu could fix the crashes by reverting the possible server-side change to an earlier state, then restoring the alterations once the iOS and tvOS apps are released.

AppleInsider has contacted Hulu about the issues, and will update this post if there is a response.

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Free Games You Can Play Right Now: Uncharted 4, Assassin’s Creed 2, And More

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We may be stuck inside, but luckily, there are a ton of free games available to claim or play right now.

Many of us are stuck inside for the foreseeable future. To help people kill the time, online storefronts and developers are giving away a bunch of free games right now, including games for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and mobile. Because there are so many freebies floating around right now, we’ve rounded up all the games that are free for a limited time so you can easily claim any you’re interested in. This list won’t include any games that are normally free-to-play–like FortniteCall of Duty: Warzone, and Apex Legends–but you’re sure to find something to fall in love with, whether it’s an old PC classic, a must-play iPhone game, or a brand-new game.

The freebies span multiple platforms and storefronts, with most of the options available on PC from stores like Steam, GOG, and Itch.io. Notably, you can snag Close to the Sun and Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments for free on Epic. Ubisoft also announced it’s doing a full month of game giveaways and free trials.

Of course, it’s important to remember you may already be subscribed to a service that gives you access to free monthly games. PlayStation Plus, Xbox Live Gold, and Twitch Prime all currently have free games available for the month of April.

On top of that, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is currently $1 for your first month. Ultimate gives you access to a huge library of games on both Xbox One and PC, in addition to all the benefits from Xbox Live Gold, including those free monthly games. There are a number of other similar services like PlayStation NowEA AccessOrigin Access, and UPlay+.

We’ll keep this list updated as more free games become available, so stay tuned throughout the week. In the meantime, check out all the free games you can claim on PS4, Xbox One, PC, and mobile below. If you’re looking for more recommendations, check out some of the best movies, TV shows, and games to get for social distancing.

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