Fortnite’s Playground Limited Time Mode is letting players get creative, and the results are awesome. Now that Fortnite’s Playground LTM is finally live, players have been given the freedom to build whatever they can cook up, and there are some corkers out there already, from a Mario Kart track, to a recreation of Call of Duty’s Nuketown map. The Playground LTM debacle had delayed the release of the mode, which was supposed to launch last week. Now that it’s finally live, Fortnite players have been beavering away making all manner of impressive creations, with one YouTuber demonstrating how to build an entire city in an hour. The LTM has only been in the hands of players for a few days, but some of the stuff we’ve seen coming out of the community so far has been amazing. Redditor JoshB_C and his buddies constructed this impressive Mario Kart track designed to be navigated by players in trolleys: We made Mario Kart in Fortnite from r/FortNiteBR … [Read more...] about The best Fortnite Playground builds: Mario Kart, Nuketown, Pokemon and more
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A FORTNITE player has achieved the impossible by reaching the game's spawn island – and he's uploaded the insane feat to YouTube, so you can do the same. Until now, everyone thought the island – where players converge before the battle royale kicks off – was strictly off-limits. Many have tried and failed to reach the fabled location, including us. But the arrival of the new shopping cart item (Fortnite's first vehicle) has changed everything. With its help, YouTuber OrangeGuy successfully landed on spawn island. For those wishing to re-create the awesome stunt, here's how he did it: How to reach Fortnite's spawn island In the video, OrangeGuy can be seen pushing the shopping trolley along with two comrades in tow, who seem to be doing the building work. They're basically creating the bridge he's running across with a ramp at the end. The YouTuber then jumps in the trolley as his mate pushes him down the slope, which juts up at the end to give him the lift required to … [Read more...] about Fortnite player becomes first person in world to land on ‘impossible to reach’ spawn island – here’s how to do it
Although Fortnite is a fun game that’s known for its accessibility, plenty of players take the multiplayer shooter incredibly seriously. Some players play the title to set records while others, such as streamers and YouTubers like Ninja and elrubius have garnered millions of fans thanks to their prowess at the game. So it comes as little surprise then that some Fortnite players are even willing to pay better-skilled players in order to get ahead in the game. According to a new report by the BBC, some talented Fortnite players are making bank by offering to coach others at how to become better at the game. Some players are even promoting themselves as “bodyguards,” offering to keep their clients safe from opponents as they coach them. The corporation spoke to one so-called Fortnite “buddy” named Aaron who charges £7 (approximately $9.32) an hour, though others offering similar services are said to charge as much as £20 (approximately $26.62) an … [Read more...] about Fortnite Players Paying for Battle Royale ‘Bodyguards’
Getting better at FortniteIt's competitive out there. If you're looking for an edge, check out some of our guides:Fortnite's best weaponsTips for getting started with Fortnite's building tools The 12 best drop locations in Fortnite Battle RoyaleHow did you earn your first Victory Royale? Was it heroic? Embarrassing? Accidental? Involuntary? Did you hide in a bush for 15 minutes and plunk a shotgun shell between the eyes of a bewildered soldier unlucky enough to stumble right in front of you? There are calculated moments in Fortnite. There are people who ride rockets and quick-scope airtight snipes and construct impervious fortresses in the blink of an eye. But even they sometimes succumb to Fortnite's chicanery. This is the nature of Battle Royale. The allure is the unpredictability. To play Fortnite is to understand that sometimes you have no choice but to eat an L, and frankly, that makes Sven Edelenbosch's achievement all the more impressive. Edelenbosch, a current Swede … [Read more...] about Tips from the Fortnite player with the most Victory Royales in the world
Fortnite is available on almost every major platform, including mobile devices, and its most popular mode is completely free. It has earned the sort of mainstream recognition and success that is so rare in North America, outside of games like Pokémon Go that seemed to fizzle rather quickly. Fortnite is easy to learn, but mastering the building system and all its intricacies requires hours of practice and dedication. This should lead to a game with a toxic stew of angry, foul-mouthed players who are always ready to tell you exactly what you’re doing wrong. But it hasn’t. The most surprising thing about Fortnite is how nice the community seems to be. What the hell is going on? The fact I have voice chat in Fortnite open at all feels like a huge win for the game. Most games hit you with such negativity and foul language so quickly that your choices are either to only play with people you know or to shut off voice chat entirely. Dealing with random Fortnite players is … [Read more...] about Why are Fortnite players so frickin’ nice?