Fortnite Creative Tycoon Codes List (May 2020)

Tycoon is a relatively new game type that is starting to gain some popularity late in Chapter 2: Season 2! It's pretty interesting because it's quite a bit different then a lot of the other games. What you do is you collect a currency which enables you to upgrade your ability to collect that currency. You can then use this currency to upgrade your fortress/base to upgrade your weaponry! You can use these weapons to take out zombies (who also give currency) or eliminate other players! This mode is still being tinkered with, so they aren't all exactly the same. So, we're taking a look at the best creative Tycoon map codes that currently exist in Fortnite!

This game type got popular in Roblox, so you might be familiar with that version of it!

How-to Use a Creative Code

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 then CREATE (don't start a server if you want to play solo).

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 look around for the featured portals. Fortnite now puts you in a custom portal area, so you might need to seek it out a bit. Find the portals with the console in front of them and interact with one.

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

More Codes

We have a bunch of other posts that have a lot of great codes for specific categories that you can check out:

Tycoon Maps

Here's our list of the best Fortnite's Tycoon Codes:

I will be going into more detail below on each of these maps and including some videos that should explain more about the course when necessary!

Spy Tycoon

In this version of Tycoon you are seeking to collect a particular currency which helps upgrade your base and weaponry. You then use that weaponry to take out zombies and eliminate other players. You can invade your opponent's base for a crystal llama for additional points, and the player that gets to 50 points is the winner! This is one of the best examples of this type of gameplay right now, so if you are interested you should absolutely try this map.

Fiend Extermination Tycoon

This is a Tycoon map with some potential, but could use some work to be better. Ideally, you'd have multiple teams of four in a single game and you attempt to take out zombies to gain points. You can upgrade your base by collecting wood. It's a stylized map in that Borderlands shader style, which you may or may not like. I found that the map was a bit buggy, and zombies would just seemed to teleport through the doors. It was also a bit unclear how everything worked, but I was able to figure out the basics after a short while. This map would be fun with a bunch of friends, so it's worth giving a try!

Unfortunately, that's really all there is right now for Tycoon Maps in Fortnite. I have one in particular I'm keeping my eye on, but it doesn't have a code available for it yet. I'm hoping to see a lot more exploration in this type of mode because I think it's a great way to change things up. Check back soon for more maps in the future!

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  1. Fiends and brutes passing through walls & closed doors is NOT exclusive to the Fiend Extermination Tycoon map. I’ve had that happen to me on a couple of other creative maps I’ve played. From my experiences they don’t pass through the walls unless you’re not looking at them. I think it might be related to the “spawn through walls” option on the creature spawner but, that’s just a guess.