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Fortnite – 19.10 Patch Notes


This gadget offers the ability to control the visibility and collision of props, as well as override their health values and send signals when they are damaged or destroyed. It may be one of the most often requested additions ever. You can easily toggle the visibility of those props with transmitters and carry out a few other cool functions by just attaching the device to a single prop or making it become a volume to encompass any number of props.


A new collection of 90 icons has been added that may be linked to various devices to give your experiences some context and personality. These can be used to highlight significant locations on a map, direct players to certain locations or items, or provide background information for tools like the Capture Area.

The devices which can utilize the Icon Library from this release are:

  • Accolade Device
  • Beacons
  • Capture Area
  • Explosive Device
  • Map Marker
  • Player Counter
  • Ball Spawner


To enable Creators to regulate the pacing and balance of games, the Player Counter device offers two significant new features:

It enables you to determine the number of players in a particular area (with optional team and class filters), compare it to a target number, and then send a signal based on whether the comparison is successful or unsuccessful.
It enables a signal to be sent each time a participant enters or exits an active game.
This device is really powerful thanks to a ton of various settings and tiny adjustments, so make sure to read the complete documentation and spend some time tinkering to realize its full potential.


With the help of the Pop-up Dialog tool, you may present information to players in a brand-new way! You may now create information boxes and tutorials, link dialogs together to create branching choices, and use simple markup within the text with up to two configurable button replies.

Here are the markup codes you can currently use in the dialog text to format it:

  • – moves the text to a new line (Body text only)
  • {playername} – displays the name of the player viewing the dialog.



Two new features for Real Time Clock:

  • You can now set the RTC to automatically repeat at set intervals of hours, days, weeks or months – a specified number of times or even infinitely.
  • You can now define a duration for the clock and have a transmitter fire when the duration elapses.


The Creature Manager device may now be enabled and disabled via channels, allowing you to easily construct escalating difficulty levels by switching between managers while playing. This is another much requested feature from the community.


The map and scoreboard have been changed to allow for simultaneous viewing of both screens and to do away with the requirement that map and scoreboard display be an either/or choice in the settings. When a player taps the Map key, the Map Screen Display setting in the My Island UI screen will determine which screen is displayed by default; however, they will be able to navigate between the two using tabs at the top of the screen.

We’ve included a Display Overview Map option if you don’t want players to be able to see the map for any reason; setting it to NO will just display “Map Not Available” when players switch to the Map tab.


To assist Creators reduce visual noise throughout their experiences, a variety of new choices have been added to the My Island settings page, Team Settings, and Class Designer devices. These options provide users more control over when and how player name tags are shown.

The old Player Names & Location option has now been renamed to Always Show Name Plates and the values have been renamed slightly:

  • Team Only > Always Show to Team
  • Always Show > Always Show to All
  • Always Hide > Always Hide (No change)
  • No (New option)

When set to ALWAYS SHOW TO TEAM, friendly players will always be able to see your Name Plate, but enemies will follow the rules set with the new options we’ve added.

When set to NO, Name Plates will be shown to or hidden from all players based on the rules set by the new options:

  • Name Plate Max Distance
    • Causes Name Plates to be hidden if a player is too far away from an observer.
  • Name Plate Line of Sight
    • Requires an observer to have an unobstructed line of sight to see a Name Plate.
  • Focus For Name Plates
    • Requires an observer to actually focus on a player to see their Name Plate using the following parameters:
  • Focus Angle
    • Requires a player to be within this angle of an observer’s reticle to display the Name Plate.  Only functional if Focus For Name Plates is set to ON.
  • Focus Time
    • Requires a player to be within the Focus Angle for the specified length of time before their Name Plate becomes visible.  Only functional if Focus For Name Plates is set to ON.


  • HUD Controller device
    • The Map/Scoreboard button prompt can now be shown/hidden.
  • Matchmaking Portal
    • Players playing in Private mode can now start the game manually before the pre-game countdown has elapsed.
  • Switch device
    • Added unlit versions of the default model and Antique Lever model.
  • VFX Device
    • Added Laserbeam effect from Party Royale.
    • Added Snow particle effect.


  • Added 6 New Sanctuary Prefabs
    • Sanctuary House
    • Sanctuary Hydroponic Station
    • Sanctuary Assembly Building
    • Sanctuary Market Building
    • Sanctuary Farming Hut
    • Sanctuary Fishing Hut
  • Added 7 New Sanctuary Galleries
    • Sanctuary Floor & Stair Gallery
    • Sanctuary Wall Gallery
    • Sanctuary Curved Wall Gallery
    • Sanctuary Roof Gallery
    • Sanctuary Mighty Monument Gallery
    • Sanctuary Prop Gallery
    • Sanctuary Nature Gallery


  • Fixed an issue with assets from the Primitive Shapes Gallery not showing the correct material when chosen.
  • Fixed an issue with two different Skyscraper Galleries sharing the same name.
  • Fixed an issue with the preview volume being too small for the Snow Dune Gallery and the Tan Cliff Cave Gallery.
  • Fixed an issue with some assets from the Tan Cliff Cave Gallery not showing correct asset icons.
  • Fixed an issue with rocks from the Variant Rock Gallery which had a wet looking material.
  • Fixed an issue with some buildings from Background Building Gallery C not dropping resource materials.
  • Fixed an issue where some cubes from the Cube Gallery had overlying asset copies.


  • Fixed an issue with the Player Reference device that caused it to not transmit channels when players stats changed.
  • Fixed an issue where gravity was inconsistently applied to items spawned by Item Spawners.
  • Fixed an issue where devices would appear as the wrong color when high resolution textures are unchecked.
  • Fixed an issue where the Character device would fail to display “Love Hands”.
  • Fixed an issue where the Character device would remain visible even when the visibility setting was set to off.
  • Fixed an issue where the Character device would display corrupted textures when placed after resizing.
  • Fixed an issue where the interaction radius on a Switch device wouldn’t disable when the switch device became disabled.
  • Fixed an issue where the Radio device would play the default song continuously.
  • Fixed an issue where the Target Dummy wouldn’t lay down when it gets disabled through channels.
  • Fixed an issue where the DBNO device would ignore certain settings if multiple devices existed.


  • Fixed an issue where trees on Survival Island did not show the correct LOD textures on mobile.
  • Fixed an issue where Survival Island’s memory meter would stop and break at 72k.
  • Fixed an issue where Island Rifts weren’t appearing by default in Creative Hubs.
  • Fixed an issue where personal XL island settings would get overwritten by featured XL island settings.
  • Fixed an issue where deleting a cave entrance in Survival XL Island with Caves would reveal a hole in the terrain.


  • Fixed an issue that caused players to be unable to interact with a button that provided Gold resources.
  • Fixed an issue that caused walls to break when aiming out of a vehicle despite settings.
  • Fixed an issue where weapons weren’t being auto picked up when Auto Pickup Weapons was enabled
  • Fixed an issue that caused the Inflate-a-Bull to not bounce.
  • Fixed an issue where player tenacity reduced to 100 hp after going DBNO instead of matching player health before going down.  To allow the previous functionality to be retained, this behavior can now be selected as an option on the device.
  • Fixed an issue where save data failed to load resulting in devices saving nonexistent progress overriding old data.
  • Fixed an issue where players couldn’t fire the UFO projectile.
  • Fixed an issue where the Crash Pad wouldn’t display properly.
  • Fixed an issue where a player couldn’t use their Phone Tool when the Infinity Blade was in their inventory.
  • Fixed an issue where enemy Creatures could pass through walls.


  • Fixed an issue where multi-selecting objects then leaving those objects’ render distance would deselect the objects.
  • Fixed an issue where the Character and Dance Mannequin devices couldn’t be multi-selected.
  • Fixed an issue where the contextual menu would sometimes disappear.
  • Fixed an issue where the inventory from a previous island would visually carry over when a new island is created.
  • Fixed a visual issue that would cause Fog from a VFXs spawner to highlight in strange ways.
  • Fixed an issue where items couldn’t be selected in a mutator zone after starting a game.

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