Due to the postponement of the OCE and ASIA Cash Cup, the Fortnite v11.30 patch will likely drop tomorrow. Here’s what to expect.

Epic has been extremely tight-lipped about Fortnite updates in Chapter 2. We didn’t see any patch notes for well over a month after the new chapter started, and still haven’t gotten too many details on what’s changed.

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We haven’t even been getting warnings about updates, lately, and have resorted to digging for clues as to when an update might come.

One of those clues is the OCE and ASIA Cash Cup schedule. These Cash Cups take place around the same time as the downtime for Fortnite patches. When these regions have a Cash Cup delay, we can expect a patch to release on the following day. This is what we saw this evening – suggesting an update on December 12.

So, what are we to expect in the v11.30 update? Well, if we’re being honest, we don’t know too much outside of the bug fixes listed on the Fortnite ‘Community Issues’ Trello board.

We aren’t even sure if we’ll see the holiday update tomorrow. After all, the Game Awards are tomorrow evening and we’re expecting some news surrounding that. Epic could hold their holiday offerings for the Game Awards. Take a look at our article detailing some of the most likely Fortnite additions this holiday season.

Here are the bug fixes that are confirmed to be coming in the next update:

  • Some trees and metal fences in Arena not granting the correct material increase.
  • Bandolette Outfit may appear to have two hairstyles merged together.
  • Some Twin Turntables items appearing grainy and pixelated.
  • Magma Wrap looks different than intended on the Bandage Bazooka and Pistol.
  • Issue with “Eliminations without aiming down sights” Challenge.

There is a long list of other bugs that Epic is still investigating, but these are the only ones that are listed as ‘fixed in next release’ on the Trello Board.

Here’s to hoping that v11.30 is the holiday update, bringing us Overtime Challenges, new skins, and enough content to take us through the next two months.

**UPDATE** Minutes after this article went live, Epic announced the release of v11.30 for tomorrow morning. We’re not guessing anymore, so get your game clients ready!

Jimmy is a passionate gamer and lover/hater of all things Fortnite. Good comms on Twitter @JimmyDangus.