Fortnite's Playground mode, where players can jump in, practice gunplay with fast respawn active, practice building without worrying about the storm and generally just mess around worry-free, has been a long time in the works.
In order to tweak this now Permanent Time Mode for even more enjoyment 24/7, the team over at Epic Games is making a few key improvements to the already incredibly popular feature.
The Fortnite Playground limited time mode finally got underway for real this week and has managed to run along pretty well since.
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"I told him, and he knows, about the price he's had to pay to get back to this level", said Tite. We play for Belgium , we have a lot of good players, but of course I want to go to the final.
While Playground Mode is leaving Fortnite on July 12, fans can rest assured that it will be back in the game at some point down the line. 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.
Although there's no fixed date for when Playgrounds will return, Epic has detailed a bunch of changes for the next version.
"The Playground LTM represents our first step into what a full creative mode looks like in Fortnite", Epic wrote. As a practice mode, Playground apparently offers all of the bells and whistles.
In Fortnite Playground v2, Epic Games is hoping to give players the ability to choose teams, in groups of 1v1 or 2v2.