FortNite un-vaulted the Glyphic emote in the store that reminded me of The Bangle’s 1986 hit song, “Walk Like An Egyptian”. I’m currently playing with Stormtrooper skin since Darth Vader is in the game for Chapter 3/Season 3. The song mentions domino and dominos are black and white like stormtroopers.
What do I say after losing a game in FortNite? I’ll let Porky Pig explain that from 1939 “son of a b” clip that few people know about.
A YouTube Shorts video about the FortNite Segway Tour emote in Chapter 3/Season 2, the Clark Kent skin from Chapter 2/Season 7, and the Segway segment from Weird Al’s “White & Nerdy” song. You too can roll in FortNite.
FortNite Chapter 3 Season 1 came out last week. The chapter update was 10GB in size. The patch update that came out two days later was only 180MB. The weekly updates during the season are often two to three gigabytes. After every update, whether large or small, I follow these three steps before I start a new game.Read more “3 Steps to Take After Every FortNite Update”
Broke out the Star Wars Stormtrooper a bit early to celebrate the holidays in FortNite (Chapter 2/Season 8). The holidays and winter wonderland doesn’t start until the next season on December 5, 2021. Stormtrooper is wearing a snowman backpack and doing the snow globe emote.
If you experience corrupted files, random errors, and crashes after an update to FortNite, verify the files in the Epic Game launcher on your PC. If any issues are found, the files will be reinstalled. That usually fixes most update related problems.
Last month I posted a short video on how to fix the Corrupted Memory #0 error in FortNite. The solution was simple: uninstall the MSI Dragon Center and MSI SDK software. I had no idea how widespread that problem was in the FortNite community. That short video got 5,000+ views. In this video I’ll talk about the error message and the two solutions to resolve the issue.Read more “2 PROVEN Solutions For Corrupted Memory #0 Error In FortNite”
You just jumped off the Battle Bus in FortNite when the loading screen reappears. A moment later, you get an BattlEye (anti-cheat) error screen for Corrupted Memory #0. No how many times you restart FortNite and/or reboot your PC, you continue to get this error message. If you have an MSI motherboard inside your PC, this is a simple fix. Uninstall the Dragon Center/MSI SDK software and reboot the PC. You shouldn’t get the error message after that.
NOTE: If you need change the Mystic Lights (RGB) in the future, install the Dragon Center/MSI SDK software, make changes, uninstall software, and reboot.