Fortnite and Battle Royale players reported the hit online game as down in droves yesterday on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Fortnite and Battle Royale fans in the main were hit by server connection and Friends List issues, while others had login problems.
Fortnite Battle Royale eventually had all modes disabled except for solo while Epic Games worked on bringing services back to normal.
Even then Fortnite fans reported lengthy queues to get into games online.
However, just after midnight today Epic Games pushed out a fix that enabled Duo and Squad playlists once again.
The North Carolina based developer revealed the news in a tweet once the fix was released.
They tweeted: “Huzzah! We’ve pushed a fix that’s let us enable Duo and Squad playlists!
“We’ll continue to monitor stability and keep everyone posted on updates.”
In an official forum post the Fortnite team gave some additional details. They said:
• “Battle Royale – Stats will remain off for the time and are being backlogged.”
• “Save the World – Global and Founder chat will remain off at this time”.
• “Update: If you are still having issues try restarting your Launcher and Client.”
The fix comes after Fortnite went down for thousands of users over the weekend.
On both Saturday and Sunday Fortnite went down for thousands of users hit by server connection and login issues.
“Failed to join party – The party is currently not responding to join requests.
“Please try again later,” is one of the error messages that faced fans trying to play the game.
Epic Games have told fans in the past that weekends are a time when the game sees large amounts of PS4 and Xbox One players.
The huge volume of people trying to connect online could have had something to do with the weekend’s problems.
In other Fortnite news, a new mode was recently confirmed for the free-to-play Battle Royale mode.
At The Game Awards 2017 last week Epic Games confirmed that a limited time 50v50 mode was available to play in Battle Royale.
The mode, however, is only around to play until December 17.
Describing how the mode works in a blog post, Epic Games said: “Just load up Battle Royale and select the 50v50 playlist.
“You can jump into the mode solo or with up to three friends.
“Once the Battle Bus gets flying, you’ll see your squad on the map and communicate like a normal squad/duo match.
“You’ll also see green markers on the map and above the heads of the remaining 50-player team.
“The circle closes in. Last team standing wins.”