Fortnite Crash on Launch, Stuck on Loading Screen PC

Fix for Fortnite Crash on Launch, Stuck on Loading Screen PC – Do you know that Fortnite Battle Royale is one of the most popular game published by Epic Games? This game consist of 6 seasons which are easily downloadable on MacOs, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One and PlayStation4.  The number of players for this game is increasing year by year and it is proved in the year of June 2018 when Epic spilled the beans about 125 million players in less than a year.

Recently, the players have submitted a complained about the crashing and freezing issue while playing this game on their PC. In this article, we are going to discuss the solution for this issue which applies to all the seasons on the Windows platform.

Fix for Fortnite Crash on Launch, Stuck on Loading Screen PC

Users have experienced the issue of freezing and crashing after the start of Season 5, However, the game before this was perfectly fine. Additionally, the players complained the same about the Scenario 2. So, let’s move on to the solution for this trouble.

Note: These troubleshooting steps applies for Windows Users only

Activity 1: Check if your computer meets minimum system requirement

If you have installed this game without checking the minimum system requirement or configuration to run this game then, it may cause such issues of crashing or freezing. There is fixed minimum system requirement to play this game. If your computer doesn’t meet that then you will definitely face such glitches.

Check the minimum system requirement given below:

  • OS: Windows 7/ 8 & 10
  • System Type: 64 Bit
  • System Storage: 4 GB
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i3 Processor 2.4 GHz
  • Graphics Card: Intel HD Graphics 4000

Recommended System Requirement

  • OS: Windows 7/ 8 & 10
  • System Type: 64 Bit
  • System Storage: 8 GB
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5 Processor 2.80 GHz
  • Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 equivalent DX11 GPU
  • Graphic Card Memory: 2 GB

If you want to have the flawless experience of playing Fortnite Battle Royale Game then prefer the Recommended System Requirement.

Activity 2: Do Hard Reset

If your computer meets the Minimum System Requirement then it’s time to perform a hard reset on it. Doing this solves many common issues like slow working, freezing or crashing.

To do this, you need to remove all the external devices from the computer including keyboard, mouse, USB device or any other peripheral device.

  • Now, press the power button to turn it off and also unplug the charger from the desktop. If it is a laptop, remove the charger and the battery if possible.
  • Once this is done, press and hold the power button for at least 20-25 seconds and then release it.
  • Also, connect the power cable to the desktop, place the battery to its place and plug in the charger.
  • Now, turn on your system.

Check if the game is freezing again. If yes, then you need to apply some other technique. Let’s go for checking the drivers status.

Activity 3: Update Drivers

Check your system for all the outdated drivers installed into it. Navigate to the system manufacturer’s website and update the system BIOS along with the outdated drivers. Also, check for graphics card driver. Users can update the computer’s driver by two methods i.e. manual and automatic. For the best experience, we recommend you to go for automatic update because it works faster additionally, you don’t need to check the system type and other details.

Sometimes, the outdated Windows becomes the issue of freezing and crashing of any software application. Therefore, you need to update the Windows.

Activity 4: Update Windows

Press Windows + I keys on the keyboard, hit on Update & Security and then click on Check for updates. This will take some time to update the Windows on your laptop therefore, you need to keep patience.

Activity 5: Stop the unwanted applications from running in the background

This is a very simple task and you can do this within few minutes. Press Windows + I keys together on the keyboard of your system. Head to Privacy tab and then move down to select Background apps. Now, choose the applications which you want to disable from the background. This will boost up your system and enhance your game performance.

Hopefully, your issue of crash and freeze while playing your favorite game has end up now. However, there are other techniques also but we have mentioned the easy tricks for you.

Last Updated on July 11, 2020 by FPSBolt Editors

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