Fortnite Creative is a fresh new feature that allows players to create their own island that they can store and utilise at any time. Fortnite is at your fingertips thanks to the Creative Mode. This allows you to make your dreams a reality and explore how far your abilities and creativity can carry you. Make your own islands and games to share with your friends online. Experiment with thousands of games created by individuals just like you and get inspired.
Up to 16 players can build or play together in Creative. Party up in the lobby screen and jump into a game together. In Creative, you may play a variety of unique games created by community members like yourself. Every week, new games are shown on the main Discover screen. Launch Fortnite to discover new games to play with your friends.
You can also play a specific game by looking up its code and entering it in the island code tab on the main menu.
First up, to access the creative mode, these are the steps to follow:
Step 1: Launch Fortnite. Click ‘Change’ to access this menu.
Step 2: Press Play, then select ‘Island Code’ and press enter.
Step 3: Type in the code on this screen and press Launch to start the game.
Optional: Alternatively, you can walk up to any featured island in the Welcome Hub and enter the code there. After a brief moment of loading, the game you’re looking for should appear.
You’ll start in the current Featured Hub, where you may play featured islands, community-created islands, or work on your own island when you join a Creative game. You may access these islands via various Rifts, with the golden rift leading to your own island.
You’ll be offered a selection of alternatives for which Island to utilise if you interact with the little screen to the right of your rift.
Memory will be used by placing props and constructions. Most islands have a maximum population of 100,000 people. The XL Islands are sixteen times larger and are organised into grids of 100,000 people each.
Prefabs are constructions that are placed on the Battle Royale island, including some that are specific to Creative and cannot be seen in Fortnite: Battle Royale.
A holographic radius will display when you first try to install the prefab. When the player tosses the prefab, this radius indicates where it will be put. If the hologram is red, it means the terrain isn’t suitable for the prefab, or the island is using too much RAM.
Types of Weapons you can use
The majority of these are from Fortnite: Battle Royale. Creative also includes crafting resources from Fortnite: Save the World, such as Ore and Twine. There are several things that are exclusively available in Creative mode. They are available in the following variations: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Epic, Legendary, Mythic, and Exotic.
These are the basics you need to get you started! Stay tuned to our final Fortnite guide for the final tips you need to know to level up your gameplay.