As usual Epic Games are staying pretty quiet about what players could see in the season 7 update. According to the developer, Fortnite Creative is similar to the game's Playground Mode, but on a much larger scale. The new season starts tomorrow, December 6, and purchasing the Battle Pass comes with a week-long head start on Creative. However, from December 13, all Fortnite players gain the ability to access a private island and start creating for themselves.
The creativity of Fortnite is getting a major facelift and extending beyond the game's unique building mechanics. The Fortnite Team state that, "Like Battle Royale and Save the World, we're committed to making this bigger and better over time".
That mode allows players to wander around the island on their lonesome to experiment with new guns, building techniques, and other mechanics without having to worry about someone else sniping them from across the map.More news: National Hockey League approves Seattle expansion for '21-22 season
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Epic is seeing this launch as just a starting point.
Unfortunately, this does mean that we won't be seeing a complete, new Unreal Tournament game for quite some time.
For more information on Fortnite Creative, including demonstrations from a handful of the community's most imaginative members, head over to the Epic Games website.
Fortnite Creative also hearkens back to Minecraft. Fortnite Season 7 is going live across PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. It seems Epic will offer some new base maps, plus give players the ability to build their own.