While Epic Games have not gone into detail about what the issue the caused the delay was, it appears that it has been resolved to their satisfaction.
Epic Loot Games, a hobby shop located in OH, has been given a ton of unwanted attention ever since Fortnite exploded into a cultural phenomenon.
The update, which is due to bring an end to the game's time-limited Infinity Gauntlet mode, has had to be delayed due to the discovery of an unspecified error.
'Due to this delay some quests may not function until the build releases.
The Fortnite 4.2 patch notes have yet to be released, as they will coincide with the launch of the v4.2 update.
However, even if the Fortnite replay challenge isn't working, there are still a large number of other challenges that you can take care of, though none of them are as easy as watching a match replay would be otherwise.
To earn your 5 Battle Stars for the Season 4 Battle Pass, Fortnite players simply need to head over to the "career" tab at the top of the home screen.
Clicking through to this menu will give you the chance to select the Replays option, which will give you a big list of recent games.
Currently, this option is not available on the Fortnite Mobile platform, meaning it's not an option for iOS users. Better to get it right the first for less stress on the servers and the team, and less frustration for the players.
There's no word from Epic Games as to whether this is an issue that's being worked on, but knowing the studio it won't be long until there's some news, or a patch.
Fortnite is going offline in the early morning of Wednesday, May 16 as Epic does maintenance to prepare for its next update.