To say the new LEGO mode in Epic’s battle royale is hotly anticipated would be a massive understatement. In this guide, we’ll go into how to fix the “Unable to load your worlds” error in LEGO Fortnite.
How to Fix the “Unable to Load Your Worlds” Error in LEGO Fortnite
What’s Causing the LEGO Fortnite Worlds Error?
This particular error comes up when trying to load into a world, whether a brand new world or one already up and running. Right now on launch day, the “Unable to load your worlds” error is going to be especially prevalent because every new player to LEGO Fortnite needs to make a new world.
This error and general matchmaking issues will probably fade after the launch day server boom, but it’s a problem right now and likely will be for the next few days.
How to Fix the LEGO Fortnite “Unable to Load Your Worlds” Error
There are only two options for getting around this LEGO Fortnite matchmaking error, and one of them isn’t really to get around it at all. To fix the “Unable to load your worlds” error, you either need to:
- Continuously refresh in an attempt to break through the huge queue of people trying to get in. Normally I wouldn’t recommend this solution because it tends to make server issues worse, but everyone else is doing it trying to get into LEGO Fortnite. You may as well.
- Wait it out. I recommend the above, personally. But you may not have much of a choice but to wait for the server load to lessen.
If you’re feeling particularly antsy about getting this error and think the Fortnite servers might be down, or that something else is going on, peek at the Fortnite Status X (Twitter) account for live updates on the game’s server status and other issues.
That’s it for how to fix the “Unable to load your worlds” LEGO Fortnite error plaguing many players right now. And if that wasn’t bad enough, a matchmaking error might await you after you get past this one. Check out more of our Fortnite guides here on GameSkinny.