The Fortnite fans amongst you will be delighted to hear that a brand new sandbox mode is coming to the popular free-to-play title. The news wasn’t meant to have been shared until The Game Awards 2018 and was revealed by YouTuber Lachlan who forgot the embargo. The new mode revealed in the video is called Creative and is a unique sandbox mode. Eurogamer has all the details so read on below:
“Imagine Fortnite Creative mode like Minecraft Creative mode – it’s a version of the game you can fly around and place elements within, without having to collect all the resources first.
Entire pre-made scenery elements, props and assault courses can be plopped down onto the map. You can also place chests or llamas, and set up your own mini-games using various interactive elements. And you can save your world on a server to revisit later, with friends or alone.
Creative has a small hub island with rift teleports that can take you to your creations, but also highlighted creations from the community. When loaded, your world can be played in various different rulesets (as a Deathmatch map, as a free-roam map, etc.) and can be reset to its saved state afterwards so you don’t have to rebuild it each time.”