Epic will select the best content from Creative Mode and plop it right down into the Battle Royale map.
Fortnite’s Creative Mode, wherein each player gets their own private island to do with as they please, is a fairly ambitious undertaking. However, Epic Games is stepping up the level of player-created content even further by introducing The Block onto the Battle Royale map. Replacing Risky Reels, The Block will serve as a central location for the best Creative mode content.
Revealed in a short cinematic trailer at The Game Awards – with The Block actually appearing in real-time for players – content will be selected by the developer and slotted into the new area. The process of selection hasn’t been made fully clear, but it seems other players will get a chance to vote on what’s included. All in all, it’s a pretty great way to expose all players to the soon-to-be wacky worlds of Creative Mode.
Fortnite’s Creative Mode is currently live for Season 7 Battle Pass owners. It will be exclusive for just a week though. Next week, everyone will have their very own private island in Creative to customize. Whether you want to make races, mini-games, airplane battles, or just custom deathmatch modes, the sky’s the limit.