So, Fortnite has made its way on the Xbox, just like it did on the PC.
It gives you the chance to play with other players, and, just like the PC version, offers some competitive modes.
And, just like the PC version, for Xbox, the competitive modes are split into three different types: Solos, Duos and Squads.
The Squad mode is the most interesting, as it allows you to play with 3 other friends, and it’s exclusively for Xbox players.
It’s the same for the Solo and Duo modes, but they can also be played with friends.
The Solo mode awards you XP, and you can earn up to 199,999 XP, while the Duo mode awards you 1,000 XP, and you can earn up to 1,999,999 XP.
And, just like the Solo and Duo modes, you can earn XP when playing Squad modes.
But, it’s important to note that only the XP you accumulate while playing Squad modes is counted towards your Season XP total.
So, if you’re playing Solo or Duo modes, and you accumulate 10,000 XP, that won’t count towards your Season XP total.
However, if you’re in a Squad mode, and you earn 10
- The Fortnite ranked mode issue can occur due to various reasons, such as server errors, connectivity problems, and corrupted files.
- You can try the solutions below to fix the Fortnite ranked mode error, and all players should give it a try.
Disconnect and reconnect your connection
- Check if all your other favorite games/apps are working
If you haven’t uninstalled and reinstalled the game, do so now
Change your DNS settings
- Check your console error logs
Clear your cache and data
- Open your browser and find the settings menu.
- Go to Clear browsing data.
- Check all the boxes in the clear data section and click OK.
Run Fortnite in offline mode
- Open your Steam client
- Select Library
- Right-click on Fortnite
- Select Properties
- In the Properties window, select the Local Files tab
- In the Local Files tab, click the Offline mode checkbox
Disable your antivirus
- Disable your antivirus temporarily and check if the error persists. If they’re working, then simply reactivate your antivirus and try the fix again.
- Disable Avast Streaming Protection
Try disabling Avast Streaming Protection to resolve the issue.
- Check your Internet connection
Check if your Internet connection is working properly.
- Try reinstalling Fortnite
- Reinstalling the game will remove all the files associated with the app and might resolve the issue.
- Try using a different browser
- Some users have reported that the issue occurs if you use Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox while other players have reported the issue when using Microsoft Edge.
- Try using a different antivirus
- Try using a different antivirus (if you can).
Disable any browser extensions
- Try disabling some browser extensions temporarily.
- Check for any add-ons that may be running in the background.
- If you’re still not able to access the game, try disabling all extensions.
- Try using a VPN
Some users have found success using a VPN.
- Launch the Fortnite client > go to settings.
- Under the Account tab > click on the Login Settings button.
- Check the box that says Use a Proxy Server.
Disable Windows Defender
- Open the Windows Security app and go to the Windows Security tab.
- Now click on Windows Defender.
- Click on the Windows Defender Feature Settings button.
- Go to the Virus & threat protection section and disable Real-time protection.