Fortnite: How to stop crashing in Chapter 2 Season 6

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As Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 6 kicks off, players will inevitably encounter new bugs and glitches caused by the update.

Even if you’re playing on a great gaming laptop for Fortnite with an exquisite Fortnite gaming mouse linked up, there’s still a chance that something will go wrong and your game will crash.

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Here are our tips on how to stop Fortnite from crashing and ruining your chances of a Victory Royale.

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Check for updates

The most common cause of crashes on your PC is that you are missing updates to your graphics driver. To check for updates, go to the website of your graphics card manufacturer and check to see what the latest driver is.

Once you've downloaded and installed this driver, restart you system and Fortnite should stop crashing as much.

Lower your graphics settings

If you don't use a high-end PC, setting your graphics to High in Fortnite may overwhelm your setup and cause the game to crash.

If you go to the Video Settings, you can easily change your graphics settings to make them more suitable for your setup.

In-game crashes may be a result of these settings being too high, so setting the Quality to low or medium, and the View Distance to near or medium may solve this problem.

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Stop Overclocking your CPU

Overclocking increases your CPU speed at the cost of stability, and so if you keep experiencing crashes in Fortnite while overclocking your CPU, setting the clock speed back to default may resolve these issues.