Epic Games is currently running a new Fortnite hotfix update to resolve two new issues that have occurred since the launch of the new Patch 3.6. One addresses an accuracy issue arising from one of the patch's changes, while the other enhances the new hovering rings added with the final challenges of the third season.
On the challenge side, players are sometimes not given credit for parachuting by the hovering hoops now hovering over the island. The hotfix is meant to improve the situation – the blur rings should be fixed, but things may still not be perfect with the violets higher in the air. In a post on Reddit, Epic recommends that players try to go through the middle of the ring to increase the likelihood that it will be registered correctly.
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The other bug that is addressed in this hotfix is more serious. Update 3.6 did it to reset the accuracy of the first shot when ducking or crouching, a change designed to prevent players "quickly dumping, making a perfectly accurate shot, and then retreating to cover" , However, the tweak accidentally caused a delay in the transition from the hip burn to the target sight. As a result, the hotfix will remove the accuracy change, and the crouched / uncontrolled issue will be addressed "in a future fix."
Continuing with this, Fortnite players also wonder what's happening to the Meteor and Tilted Towers. An emergency program is being shown on television in-game and Epic has teased that season 4 could have superheroes.