The issues with Turbo Building continue on in Fortnite Battle Royale, and Epic Games have released a statement on the noticed problems.
If you have been paying attention to the Fortnite Battle Royale community since the release of the v10.20 patch, there is a good chance that you’ve heard about the community issue with ‘Turbo Building.’
Turbo Building, which is the ability to automatically build structures while holding down on your mouse or controller, allows a player to seamlessly create a formation without needing to click every time they want to set an object.
Even after the revert, players are still noticing a variety of issues with Turbo Building. This led Epic Games to release a statement on Twitter mentioning that there haven’t been any other changes to Turbo Building since the original revert.
You can view the official Tweet below:
We’ve seen reports that the delay for Turbo Building feels a bit different today. No intentional changes were released since yesterday’s adjustments.— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) August 30, 2019
We’re investigating these reports and will provide status updates when we have more information.
At the time of writing, it isn’t completely clear as to what the problem is regarding why Turbo Building feels “off” to so many players.
The developer has been known to quickly solve issues after announcing that a change is coming, yet it is impossible to know when such an adjustment will be released.
For now, the only thing to do is to keep your eye on FortniteINTEL.com and the @FortniteINTEL Twitter account for updates, as we will release them when we hear more information.
Does Turbo Building still feel weird to you after the revert? Let us know below!