Fortnite revealed that developer Epic Games is still working on addressing known cosmetic issues they have found internally, as well as problems brought to their attention. The Fortnite team said that they have indeed noticed that a number of reported cosmetic bugs have manage to slip through the cracks. The team has been able to escalate and prioritize these issues so that a fix can be implemented.

Below are some of the issues that the team is focusing on:

Wilde OutfitBackblings appear to be floatingFixed in v9.30Cloud Strike GliderAppears blurry and compressedFixed in v9.30Point it Out EmoteStrange animation while using the Ripe Rippers PickaxeAn example can be viewed here.Dire OutfitLegs appear to stutter when using certain emotesAn example can be viewed here.Clutch OutfitArms look bad when using the Drop the Bass emoteAn example can be viewed here.PS4 IssueCan’t Emote in the LobbyAn workaround is avaialble here.WrapsThe icon and Locker preview appear different.Vision only and the Wrap is still displayed properly when applied in-game.An example can be viewed here.Shogun OutfitCertain aspects of the Outfit appear warped.An example can be viewed here.FortbytesCan’t collect the Bunkey Jonesy or Rox Outfit Fortbytes in some situations.An example can be viewed here.

The Fortnite team admitted that as the game continues to grow, they also continue to make improvements not only to the performance, but also the visual quality. The team said that generally what happens is that “you flip one switch and accidentally turn off another (not technical terms).”

The team revealed that it is currently working on ways to catch more if these bugs before they even make it out the door. Players are therefore encouraged to keep reporting these bugs to any of the game’s social channels.

Fortnite recently released patch v9.20, which brings with it a number of cosmetics changes. One of these included fixing an issue where cosmetics could occasionally block line of sight, preventing objects from being interacted with.