Fortnite adds new mode for developers
Fortnite fans have another reason to celebrate. A third mode has been added as part of the launch of Season Seven and will give players expanded in-game capabilities. The continued addition of features to the game show developers' commitment to keep the game challenging and capitalize on its overwhelming success.
The mode is called Fortnite Creative and will be combined with the existing Fortnite Save the World and Battle Royale modes. It gives players the ability to create private islands upon which they can build structures independently or with their friends. The buildings are fairly basic, but could lead the way for players to develop their own mini-games within Fortnite.
Fortnite Creative is now available to all Battle Pass owners. Those who play the game will have to wait a week to receive access. However, Battle Pass players can invite anyone to join, so now's the time to make friends with paying players. The mode will be added to all platforms, including Microsoft's Xbox One.
Fortnite was first introduced last year. It was developed by Epic Games and allows players to participate in a range of activities, depending on the different nodes. From shooter-survival games to building empires to creating entire worlds, almost anything is possible.
Fortnite Battle Royale proved to be the most successful of all the options, generating a following of over 125 million players in under a year. It reportedly earns "hundreds of millions of dollars" each month and has become a cultural phenomenon.