Published: Fri, December 07, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Kristi Paul

Epic Games is no longer actively working on Unreal Tournament

Epic Games is no longer actively working on Unreal Tournament

Epic Games wants to build on that success by letting people make their own Fortnite game modes via Fortnite Creative, a new program that kicks off on December 6 for Battle Pass owners and December 13 for everybody else. Epic has just announced Fortnite Creative, a new permanent addition that builds on the foundation of the limited-time Playground mode.

But now it seems one of the YouTubers who got to visit Epic Games HQ for an exclusive look at the game, may have published his in-depth look a day or two too early. "Like Battle Royale and Save the World, we're committed to making this bigger and better over time".

The creativity of Fortnite is getting a major facelift and extending beyond the game's unique building mechanics.

The Fortnite Twitter has tweeted that downtime for the seventh Season will begin tomorrow, December 6th, at 4 AM ET (0900 UTC).

The new mode was revealed in a recent YouTube stream, which showcased its different terrain options and buildings - as well as how to access new maps. Once that period expires, everyone who owns Fortnite will be able to try Fortnite Creative for free.

Unreal Tournament has officially come to a halt until further notice, so that Epic Games can continue to focus its energy and resources on Fortnite. This new feature could lead to some fun and engaging machinima-like creations, boosting the Fortnite platform even further into the stratosphere.

It will be interesting to see if Fortnite Creative Mode manages to take the attention away from the proceedings of Fortnite Season 7, which is slated to have a snow map and winter theme across both Save the World and Battle Royale modes.

It's now unknown how long Epic Games are planning to keep Fortnite Battle Royale offline.

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