Fortnite players have been using the game's new Creative Mode to bring some iconic Call Of Duty maps to the battle royale island.
Fortnite season seven has officially begun and the hype train just keeps on rolling. The map has changed once again, but that is not the biggest changed undertaken by Epic, Fortnite's developers. That honor goes to a brand new mode that made its debut on day one of season seven. Fortnite Creative.
Fortnite Creative allows players to build their very own maps. That might sound a lot like the pre-existing Playground mode but it's not. Players can now place trees, rocks, buildings, and any number of other objects on the map before they lay waste to it with their friends. Plus, the best part, once they are done, they can reset everything to how it looked before they landed.
As the name of the mode implies, players have already been getting pretty creative with their creations. Some of our favorites have been the remakes of famous maps from Call Of Duty's past. Forbes recently reported on remakes of the famous Nuketown and Shipment that it has come across. Small and simple COD maps, but still pretty cool to see them remade and existing on Fortnite Island.
Our personal favorite and the most elaborate we have seen to date is the Rust remake. The famous COD map that spelled anarchy if you ever found yourself in the middle of it. You can check it out in all its glory via the video clip above. Obviously, players won't be able to use it in the same way they did on COD, but it is still pretty cool.
There's a chance that you might see these COD-inspired creations pop-up in Battle Royale mode sometime soon. Those of you who visit Riskey Reels may have noticed a large, empty area called The Block. Some of the best creations from Fortnite Creative will appear here, and we imagine the likes of Rust and Nuketown fit the bill. Whether Epic wants to tip its cap to a franchise it has had no hand in is another matter entirely.