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Reports of Fortnite crashing are on the rise, with users receiving an error message that you don’t have permission to play when logging into the hit Battle Royale game. Independent outage monitor Down Detector recorded a huge spike in Fortnite outage reports today, which began after 7pm UK time. According to statistics from Down Detector, the vast majority of Fortnite outage reports are related to the server connection.

At the time of writing, Down Detector UK has seen a spike of around 4,000 Fortnite down reports.

As reported Fortnite server issues hit, users took to social media to talk about the issues they were facing.

On Twitter, a Fortnite fan posted: “Fortnite servers are down again.”

While another wrote: “Fortnite down at least I got the foundation”.

One added: “Fortnite has a lot of problems, it even logged me out.”

And another said, “Can Fortnite stop crashing when I want to play.”

While Fortnite leakers also tweeted about the server disruptions players are experiencing today.

Fortnite leaker HYPEX posted: “Fortnite servers went down”.

And iFireMonkey also tweeted, “Fortnite is currently experiencing server issues again.”

Following these reports, the official Fortnite Status Twitter account flood confirmed that the servers were experiencing issues.

The @FortniteStatus account posted: “We are investigating an issue preventing players from connecting to Fortnite services including login, matchmaking, voice chat, and other party services.”

The latest outage comes just days after Fortnite game servers went offline again.

This outage took place on Tuesday, February 1 and lasted more than two hours.

When the server issues were resolved, the official Epic Games status page said, “Fortnite game servers are back online and service is back to normal.

“Some players may see longer wait times when they return, and we will continue to monitor this to ensure everything is fully recovered.”