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LEGO Fortnite Faces Bug, Disables Knightly Wall Torch and Lion Knights’ Castle Bundle

LEGO Fortnite Faces Bug, Disables Knightly Wall Torch and Lion Knights’ Castle Bundle
LEGO Fortnite Faces Bug, Disables Knightly Wall Torch and Lion Knights’ Castle Bundle
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LEGO Fortnite Status (@LEGOFN_Status), the official Twitter handle for updates and announcements related to the popular game, has recently made a significant announcement that has left its vast player base in anticipation.

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In a tweet posted at 9:44 PM on March 17, 2024, the company announced that it has temporarily disabled the Knightly Wall Torch décor items and removed the Lion Knights’ Castle Bundle from the shop. This decision was taken due to a bug that was preventing players from interacting with certain elements within the game.

The tweet read: “We’ve temporarily disabled the Knightly Wall Torch décor items and removed the Lion Knights’ Castle Bundle from the shop due to a bug where it prevents you from interacting with things.”

This bug has posed a significant challenge to the players, affecting their gameplay experience. However, LEGO Fortnite Status has provided a temporary workaround for those affected by this bug. Players can leave and rejoin their world to rectify the issue, ensuring they can continue their gameplay with minimal disruption.

The company has assured its users that it is working diligently to fix the issue. They have promised to keep the players updated and will provide more information as soon as it becomes available.

This incident brings to light the complexities involved in game development and maintenance. Ensuring a smooth, bug-free gaming experience is a continuous challenge for developers, given the dynamic and interactive nature of such games.

Moreover, it underscores the importance of timely and transparent communication with the player community. By promptly acknowledging the issue and providing a temporary solution, LEGO Fortnite Status has demonstrated a commitment to its players and their gaming experience.

As the gaming community awaits further updates, it remains to be seen how quickly the company can resolve this issue and restore the disabled items and bundle to the shop. This incident serves as a reminder of the constant efforts required to maintain and enhance the gaming experience for players worldwide.

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Jennifer, the Associate Games Editor at INN News, came on board in 2020. After earning her Journalism degree from university, she spent four years as a freelancer. She’s your go-to for coverage on everything from CoD and Apex Legends to Genshin Impact and Monster Hunter. To reach out, drop an email to Jennifer at [email protected].