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Fortnite Warm Up Courses Codes List – Best Warm Ups to Get Ready to Play!

Our Fortnite Warm Up Courses List guide runs through the best options in Creative Mode for getting ready to play the game. These courses are great for practicing and getting prepared to head into battle. We've got codes for each of the courses, and we'll be updating this list periodically to add better ones and remove some of the old ones.

With the relatively new Creative mode has come a ton of usable maps that can be played by anyone if they have the right code. Maps are all over the map in what you can do with them. You've got maps for warm up, aim practice, hide and seek, racing, and many more! This mode has added a lot of creativity to the game, and people are finding tons of new ways to get enjoyment out of Fortnite.

How-to Play a Custom Map

Once you load up the game you will be given the three options on what you want to play (Save the World, Battle Royale, and Creative). Click the creative option and then click PLAY and the LAUNCH (don't start a server).

This will take a while to load, so don't think that your client has crashed. Once it has loaded, you will see an Orange Rift that will take you to islands where you can create custom maps. We don't want this right now, so turn around. Head to one of the Rifts that is labeled as "Featured" and has some random popular codes populated. Do not go inside of the rift! Get close to it and press and hold the use key.

From here you can either select one of the codes you've added to your queue, or you can paste a code you have at the end of the URL. Click "Select Island" and it will load up the island of choice. You can then run into the rift and it will transport you to it!

Most maps require you to open up your menu and hit "Start Game" before it officially begins. You'll also commonly see a launch pad and a timer. Run into the launch pad to start the clock to time your run.

Queuing Courses

If you don't want to bother copy and pasting to add a map, you can queue them up by going to the direct link in your web browser. If you are logged into your epic account, it will add the map to your queue which you can access in the same area as you pasted the code. You'll find links to these pages on all of the courses suggested below.

Best Fortnite Warm Up Courses

Here is our full list of warm up courses that were created in Creative mode. Some options focus more heavily on different things. There's some for editing, shotguns, and general aiming practice.

The Impossible Aim/Edit Course: Cnnr - Heavy Editing & Aim

The Impossible Aim/Edit Course went kind of viral on Twitter and we were eagerly awaiting the code and it is now finally available! This is a really great course for warming up, there's a lot of different movements and unique ways to edit and work on your aim. As always, we recommend watching the video below to get a sense of what you should be doing in each part of the course! This is a tough one, so don't be discouraged if you struggle through it a bit.

  • Code: 9467-6424-9271

Warm Up Course (Advanced): Candook - Heavy Editing & Building

If you are looking for lots of editing and general building warm up than this is a great one for you. Tons of good edits that you can practice throughout the course, and you can work on your 90s and various movements to get high ground as quickly as possible. The one part of the warm up that is a bit lacking is any aim practice. There's a short bit of assault rifle bits to pop boxes, and a small part where you do jumping shotgun shots but nothing else. So, if you want to warm up your aim, you should try a different one.

Warm-Up #3: Noizeeh - Heavy Editing & Shotgun Aim Focused

This one is a personal favorite of mine and I find it pretty enjoyable. This one is primarily focused on editing, building, and shotgun aim. This is a great way to warm-up your edits and practice those snap shotgun shots on people behind structures. It's not too long and is just about the right length before overstaying its welcome. Give this one a try if you want to work on your edits and shotgun snaps.

Ultimate Warm Up Course: Sandwichow - Well Rounded Editing & Aim

I think this one is quite solid and a good all-around course if you are looking to just have a good general warm up. There's a lot of elements from some of the other courses, and that makes it pretty nice for an overall experience. This one has a bit more aim practice than the others at least overall. You've got the tracking practice wall, and there's a movement section where you are sliding on ice and shooting boxes to practice your aim while moving. Overall this is a very solid course and well worth a try.

Warm Up Course for Pop-Up Cups & Scrims: ImSpeedyGonzalez - Long Advanced Course Builds & Edits

If you are looking for a course that will really tax you and gets you a good long warm up then this might be the option for you. This one is about 15 minutes along, and that's obviously if you are advanced enough to get through the course quickly. There's a ton of edits and unique builds in this one like the Bizzle Tunnels that have you building multiple tunnel types at an angle, and the awkward angle star/wall edits that bounce you forward while trying to edit. Watch the video below to see how you are supposed to do each of the segments to get the most out of it!

Pure Edit Map: Fledermoys - Long Pure Edits

This is a course if you want to work on your edits only. Each set of edits is near the maximum amount, so you will be doing edits for a long time depending on how fast you are. This is one that will build up your strength and dexterity due to the amount. I only recommend this if you specifically want to focus on your edits, because this one is purely for getting as many repetitions in as possible.

Warm Up Course v.2: Noizeeh & Martoz - Rounded Editing, Aim, Defense

This is another good one if you want a more rounded experience. You'll be hitting just about every aspect of the game. You do some multi-directional 90s, various edits, some pretty difficult assault rifle aim practice, shotgun flicks, and then protecting yourself from gunfire. This is a great one that's just under five minutes, so you can run it once just to get in the groove or a few times to hit everything multiple times.

Those are my favorite ones, but let me know in the comments if you have some you'd like me to try out! Please keep in mind that I limited these to warm up courses only. There will be a separate couple of posts for different styles in the future.

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