A Fortnite patch came to iOS March 22, which got some of the stability issues plaguing the platform.
When people think of Fortnite chances, they think first of the console or PC versions, but there is actually a fairly large mobile player base.
IOS and Android devices now have the ability to reach 60 FPS, but there are still many problems that plague the platform.
Epic Games pushed out an iOS patch on March 22 to solve some of the stability issues on the platform, but warned that it wouldn't be fixing them all this going around.
What it does is give Epic Games a new way to gather information when collapse occurs in an attempt to solve the problems, is quick as possible.
Fortnite on iOS received only one update.
This iOS patch targeted stability issues in Fortnite
Here's what Epic Games wrote about Reddit about the patch.
] We just released patch v.8.11.1 on iOS, designed to help some of the stability issues experienced by players. Although this patch does not solve all current stability issues experienced by players, we have included a new way of collecting more information when crashes occur to resolve these issues as quickly as possible.
Thank you for your feedback, we are working on it!
It appears that Epic Games has decided to prioritize iOS devices with this patch, as it is possible that the issues are more common on iOS than Android.
With each patch, Fortnite receives some irons, so we should expect more fixes in a future update.
Early in season 8, there was a bit of controversy as mobile and Nintendo Switch lobbies were merged.
Stability corrections are here for iOS.
Mobile players are sorry they are matched against Switch players now
On the one hand, Switch cannot reach 60 FPS, so mobile has the advantage there, but Switch users have the ability to use Pro Controller.
If mobile players connect a controller and use it, then it will pair them with other controller lobbies such as the Xbox One and PS4.
The change has probably helped Switch users get more Victory Royales but made it more difficult for mobile users.