Fortnite: This is When Playground Mode is Leaving

Fortnite: This is When Playground Mode is Leaving

Epic Games has said that the current Fortnite Playground limited time mode will be switched off on Thursday July 12. There's a reason Playground is referred to as a limited time mode, though. 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.

Playground is leaving gameplay rotation on 12th July. 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. We don't know much about Season 5 yet, but expect the usual assortment of skins, emotes, and other Battle Pass goodies.

"The Playground LTM represents our first step into what a full creative mode looks like in Fortnite", the developer wrote in its announcement.

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From the wording of the message, it sounds like Playground is not in it's final "version", and so it is expected there will be changes made in the future which may lead to it being temporarily disabled.

After some technical difficulties, Playground Mode went live in Fortnite a few days ago, and was met with general enthusiasm from the community.

In Fortnite Playground v2, Epic Games is hoping to give players the ability to choose teams, in groups of 1v1 or 2v2.

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