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Some of the more inventive additions to Fortnite have been causing Epic a fair bit of trouble over the last month or so, and less than 24 hours after adding the Playground limited time mode into Fortnite, Epic have now removed it to try and resolve various issues. Drop in because that's exactly what Epic is doing from now until Monday, July 2nd, 2 AM EST players will earn an extra 100% bonus XP.
Representatives from the company described the unexpected mishap on Twitter and Reddit Thursday, saying, "So many of you rushed in to create and play that our matchmaking service fell over".
Just in-match an at the rocket at the correct time or you'll miss the one-time event.
But even more interesting is information posted by Fortnite dataminers Two Epic Buddies. Epic Games has finally acknowledged the launching of a missile with an in-game message.
Despite only being available in the game for a couple of days, Epic says it chose to disable Final Fight after listening to the community's feelings on the mode. "Once we have confirmed that our testing was successful we will begin gradually rolling servers out to all regions and platforms until it's available to all players".
"We've since separated the Playground matchmaker from the one that affects the default modes and made large improvements to assist with the number of players".
Resources gathered grant 10x the normal rate. It's been trying to get the mode back up and running over the past few days, but now it won't be playable until next week.
"We're testing all of this now, and we're working hard to get Playgrounds live again as soon as we think it's ready".
The last time Uruguay allowed a goal was in a 4-2 victory against Bolivia in World Cup qualifying last October. The 0-0 draw against Denmark was their seventh unbeaten game in a row, part of a run of just one loss in 15.
While the summit had the nations' heavy hitters on hand, both Belgium and England played their B-team at the World Cup. Colombia beat Senegal 1-0 while Japan fell to a 1-0 defeat to Poland in a game that endedin farcical circumstances.
But, I think, 'where does pressure come from?' The more you read and listen and take in, it's normally the voice in your own head. The knockout stages are upon us and the tournament is set for a number of exciting fixtures in the Round of 16.
Bookmakers have wasted little time in making Joshua's odds-on favourite to beat Povetkin with Coral listing him at 1/10. Joshua, 28, won his first world title in 2016 and has made five defences, taking his record to 21-0 with 20 knockouts.
Multiple teams have reportedly made trade offers to the Spurs for Leonard, who can't opt out of his contract until next year . I got two phone calls last night, after hours, with folks telling me that LeBron James reached out to Kevin Durant ...
The company said it is still working with Airbus on HAPS technologies that control computers and high-density batteries. Somewhat unsurprisingly, project Aquila will not be the revolutionary technological success Facebook was hoping for.
Haley said the U.S. supports India's membership in Nuclear Suppliers Group as it is a nuclear state which is widely respected. But Trump's moves to protect U.S. trade interests was also creating unusual bedfellows in Asia.
Ah, I just love the World Cup, don't you? Swept up in the moment, the Belgium player kicked the ball in celebration. However, while Januzaj's curling goal was perfection, teammate Michy Batshuayi's celebration was rather less so.
Currently, almost all the print and online press along with radio and TV are controlled directly or indirectly by his cronies. In his victory speech on Sunday, Erdogan asserted that his government would "rush" to deliver on his campaign promises.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has echoed Ocasio-Cortez, saying the agency's time "has come and gone". Trump signed an executive order last week allowing for children to be detained alongside their parents.
Shockingly, Boeing admits their newest design could travel even faster, but suggested there was no need to test the limits. Boeing has revealed a conceptual sketch for a hypersonic passenger plane capable of traveling at speeds of up to Mach 5.