Epic finally gave in to player pressure for a practice mode and released the Playground LTM. Yet, in an ironic twist all players seem to be using it for is to build increasingly impressive structures and mini-games. We aren’t complaining though, it adds a whole new dimension to the game and shows just how creative the player base can be given the right tools.
Here are ten amazing Fortnite Playground LTM creations.
With the introduction of shopping carts, racing was bound to feature in Fortnite at some point; it was just a matter of time. A resourceful group of players took it upon themselves to recreate Mario Cart with all the sounds from the original and a crazy jaunt through tilted towers.
Sony royally messed up by not allowing Fortnite cross play on the PS4 and effectively freezing accounts from being used on other platforms. This particular player had some choice words for the company and found a creative way to get the message across. See for yourself.
Much like the Mario Kart creation, this resourceful soul plotted an entire gliding course reminiscent of the wing suit obstacle courses found in Just Cause 3, with one exception; a brutal death at the end.
An impressively large, full blown cruise ship floating happily on Loot Lake. Why not?
Modern Fortnite 2
This player recreated the Rust map from Modern Warfare 2. As for why anyone would take the time to do so remains a mystery. Points for a pretty accurate rendition though.
The Great Wall of Fortnite
With Lucky Landing’s Chinese-inspired decor, all that was missing was the great wall and one player made sure to surround the settlement with 10 meter high walls on all sides. Too bad they are only made of wood.
A group of players replaced every structure in Titled Towers with a wood equivalent. The building must have taken ages, and that’s without taking into account the time required to destroy what was there beforehand.
Loot Lake Pyramid
This max size pyramid completely obscures loot lake and is probably the biggest structure we’ve seen yet. Khufu would be proud.
Check out this massive 8-bit-styled Link from The Legend of Zelda.
This one’s pretty unique. Careen down opposing ramps, bounce into the air and try your best to down your opponent in an updated take on the medieval pastime of jousting. Simple, but elegant.