After the event ended earlier this week, multiple Reddit users reported that Star Wars achievements were no longer showing up in their Fortnite Legacy tab.
“We’re aware of an issue involving players’ Star Wars Legacy entries having disappeared,” Epic tweeted. “We are working on a fix.”
A listing for the issue on the Fortnite Community Issues Trello board suggests the problem will be fixed with the release of the next game update.
Fortnite generated more revenue than any other digital game in 2019, according to research from Nielsen’s SuperData.
Epic’s game generated $1.8 billion in 2019 to claim the top spot for the second year running, ahead of Dungeon Fighter Online ($1.6b), Honour of Kings ($1.6b), League of Legends ($1.5b), Candy Crush Saga ($1.5b) and Pokemon Go ($1.4b).
“The enduring popularity of Fortnite is partially attributable to crossover promotions with pop culture blockbusters like Avengers, Stranger Things and Star Wars,” SuperData said.
An extended Fortnite Season 2 Chapter 1 will end in February 2020.