Fortnite Confirms Playground Mode Will Be Permanent, Not a Limited Time Mode

Fortnite's Playground LTM ends in a week, Epic teases plans for the next one

Fortnite's Playground LTM ends in a week, Epic teases plans for the next one

It did take some time to fine tune the mode for full release, but now that it is in the game, fans are pushing it to its very limits and going wild with the creativity it fosters.

Epic said it hopes to deliver a "full creative mode" inside Fortnite someday, and Playground is the "first step" towards that. At its core, the mode is a private space where up to four players can interact independently of others.

Next week, Playground mode will go offline, with plans to return it to the playlist momentarily, complete with extra options including 1v1 and 2v2 battles, the ability to edit other player's constructions, aim assist options, new traps and more. That's next Thursday, when Fortnite season 5 kicks off. "And remember, you will have until the release of v5.0 to access your Playground LTM replays".

"Yeah, we are working on a version where we can keep Playground as a mode, not just a Limited Time Mode", the Twitch message reads.

"Thank you and let us know what else you'd love to see in a future version!"

Fortnite's Playground Limited Time Mode, despite its rough start, has been met with insurmountable success and player adoration.

"So much fun to scrim and build battle them".

"Eventually, have a folder where people can download maps made by other users". After all, such a game mode could appeal to gamers that otherwise haven't bothered with Fortnite, including the millions of Minecraft fans that are interested in building, but maybe find the shooting aspect less appealing.

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