Fortnite Creative 2.0 has finally launched, and the excitement among players is immense. With the new update, players have been given even more tools to create their own maps and game modes and access to a plethora of new maps created by other players. The potential for creativity is virtually limitless, and players are eager to dive in and see what they can develop. We prepared this guide to show you how to play Fortnite Creative 2.0.
How to play Creative 2.0 on PC and Console
To play Fortnite Creative 2.0 on PC or Console, the first step is to open the game. Once you've launched the game, navigate to the Discovery Tab and look for Epic's picks. Here you'll find some of the new maps for Creative 2.0 that you can start playing right away. However, if you don't see the map you want in the Discovery Tab, don't worry! You can always use the codes of the maps that aren't listed there to access them. Simply go to Island Code and enter the code into the search bar, and you'll be able to start playing right away.
Related: How to play the OG Fortnite Map – Season 1 Creative Code
How to play Unreal Editor for Fortnite
If you're eager to start creating your own Fortnite maps, you'll need to use the Unreal Editor for Fortnite. It's worth noting that the Unreal Editor for Fortnite, or UEFN for short, is only available for PC. Console players can still play maps created using the Editor, but they won't be able to create their own. With the Unreal Editor for Fortnite, you have the power to create custom environments, design game mechanics, and create new challenges for players to overcome. So let your imagination run wild and start using the Unreal Editor for Fortnite.
To start using Unreal Editor for Fortnite you will need to:
- Open the Epic Games Launcher.
- Search for Unreal Editor in the search bar.
- Install the Unreal Editor and open it up to begin creating your own maps.
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