Fortnite has always been available with versions of Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and even iPhone and Android. Still, the PC version has always been the best way to play the battle. Epic Games now makes Fortnite PC requirements a little tougher.
In a post on their official site, Epic Games said they were changing what graphics cards they supported or Fortnite.
"Starting in Season 10, the Fortnite PC version will require a graphics card that can work with Microsoft DirectX 11," the statement said. "Although the graphics card supporting DirectX 11 has always been one of Fortnite's system requirements, we have maintained online support for players with older graphics cards ̵
"However, when season 10 begins, Fortnite will no longer be compatible with these older graphics cards. This allows us to focus our development and testing efforts to maximize Fortnite's experience for all players so far.
Maps with Microsoft DirectX 11 are quite common on most computers, so change may not affect much. Those who will still be able to jump into mobile versions while saving on upgrades. You can follow the instructions here to see if your computer is still capable of playing Fortnite last season 10.
Meanwhile, enjoy playing season 9.
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