Fortnite's Playground mode to go offline

Image via Epic Games

Image via Epic Games

One of Fortnite: Battle Royale's newest Limited Time Modes will become a mainstay in the game. Currently, everything you build in Playground is wiped after an hour. While Epic Games usually keeps its plans under wraps, only revealing features at their imminent release, when it comes to the new Playground v2 mode, the devs have proven very open about the planned changes and improvements. This is all in line with the game's latest update, 4.5, which brought a good ol'fashioned Tommy Gun to play, flawless for writing your name in the wall, or so old gangster films have taught me.

Playground is leaving gameplay rotation on 12th July.

"The Playground LTM represents our first step into what a full creative mode looks like in Fortnite", Epic wrote. We've already seen interesting traps, buildings, and other structures that wouldn't be possible in the regular BR game due to other players and the storm. Now, Epic Games has announced that they will be suspending the popular game mode.

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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.

"Eventually, have a folder where people can download maps made by other users". Well, aside from the upcoming Fortnite Playground v2 mode, which promises improvements and changes that will make for even more fun.

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