How do you fix Fortnite error code 0?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

Fortnite error code 0 is a general error code that indicates that the game has encountered an unspecified problem and is unable to continue. This error code can be caused by a variety of factors, including corrupt game files, incompatible hardware, or a problem with the game's installation.

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1. Check your internet connection and make sure it is stable

  1. In your web browser, go to https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17442/windows-10-how-to-check-and-fix-internet-connection-issues
  2. On the page that opens, click on the "Windows 10" heading.
  3. On the next page, click on the "Connection and networking" heading.
  4. On the "Connection" page, look for the "Speed" column and make sure the "Average speed" is above 64 KB/s. If it isn't, click on the "Improve Connection" button to try to fix the issue.
  5. If the "Average speed" is still below 64 KB/s, click on the "Check internet connection" button to try to fix the issue.
  6. If the "Check internet connection" button doesn't work, try to connect to the internet using a different device. If that doesn't work, try to connect to the internet using a different network. If that doesn't work, try to connect to the internet using a different internet service provider.

2. Update your graphics card drivers

  1. Open Device Manager by pressing the Windows key + X and clicking on Device Manager.
  2. If the Device Manager is not open, open it by clicking on the Start button, typing "Device Manager" in the search box and clicking on the Device Manager item that appears.
  3. Under the Display adapters category, right-click on the graphics card that you want to update and select Update Driver.
  4. Click on the Browse my computer for driver software button.
  5. In the Open file location box, navigate to the folder where you installed the graphics card driver software.
  6. Click on the Browse button and select the driver file.
  7. Click on the Open button.
  8. Click on the Close button to finish the driver update process.

3. Verify your game files

  1. Launch the game and sign in.
  2. On the main menu, click "Settings" and select the "System" tab.
  3. Under "System," click "File Check."
  4. On the "File Check" screen, click "Verify integrity of game files."
  5. If your game files are missing or corrupt, the Verify integrity of game files screen will display an "Error code 0x80070012."
  6. To fix the error code, you will need to restore your game files. To do this, follow the instructions on the screen.

4. Reset your game settings

  1. Launch Fortnite.
  2. Click the "Settings" button in the lower-left corner of the game window.
  3. Click the "Reset Fortnite" button in the "Settings" section of the window.
  4. Confirm the reset by clicking the "Reset Fortnite" button again.
  5. Your game settings will be reset.

If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:

  1. Close any unnecessary programs or applications running in the background
  2. Restart your computer