Fortnite's Playground mode to go offline

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

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

Epic said it hopes to deliver a "full creative mode" inside Fortnite someday, and Playground is the "first step" towards that.

The next version of Playground is expected to feature new functionality that will allow players to select teams from within Playground.

It was then meant to launch on Wednesday June 27 however soon after being released the Fortnite Playground LTM mode was closed down for repairs. Each Playground session lasts one hour before the storm takes over.

These include team selection, 1v1s and 2v2s, aim assist for controllers, editing other player's structures, traps that affect teammates and enemies correctly, highlighting teammates on the map and the ability to damage enemies with your pickaxe. We've already seen some pretty astonishing feats be shared online, including a complete Mario Kart-inspired track that uses walls, trolleys, and jump pads to full effect, but players will have to restrain their creativity for just a little while as Epic makes its changes.

While it's now finally active and working as intended, it is a limited time mode, and as such won't be in rotation forever.

"Obviously lots of work needs to be done before anything like that can happen, but maybe one day".

"Playground is the most fun I had in this game in the longest time".

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