Chapter 3 of Fortnite: Split-Screen Gaming
Fortnite: Chapter 3 brought many changes, including a brand new map and mighty weapons. It’s possible to experience Fortnite with your friends. But is it possible to play split-screen in Chapter 3?
The answer is yes. Epic Games had disabled split-screen at Chapter 3 to make it easier, but patch v19.01 made it available.
I wasn’t glad that you couldn’t play split-screen with your friends at Chapter 3’s launch. However, Epic made this move to limit the number of possible problems at the Chapter launch. Split-screen is a resource-intensive feature, so it’s logical to disable it to share the load temporarily.
Here’s how to play Fortnite split-screen now that it has been re-enabled.
How to Set Up a Split Screen in Fortnite
S, and Xbox One. Split-screen is not available on Switch and PC.
Split-screen gaming on supported consoles is possible by having two controllers and 2 Fortnite/Epic Games accounts. Follow these steps to get started:
Log in to Fortnite by going to the main menu as player 1.
– Next, turn on the second controller. Log in to the second account.
– Now, both players must be in the same lobby.
Split-screen Fortnite allows you to play in co-op mode with another person in the same home on the same TV. Split-screen can only be played with one person, and the game runs at 30 frames per second.