This evening, Epic Games confirmed that it will make Playground a permanent mode with future plans already in the pipeline.
One of Fortnite: Battle Royale's newest Limited Time Modes will become a mainstay in the game.
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Fortnite Playground mode at last launched properly earlier this week after teething problems with the LTM. Epic has alluded to this possibility before when it expressed interest in making Playground a permanent part of the game, as opposed to the Limited-Time Mode that it is right now. "We'll be turning off the Playground LTM on Thursday, July 12th as we take it back under construction for the next version", the team stated in a recent Reddit post.
There's no firm date for Playground's return, but given that the mode's only been online for a few days so far, we're hoping we won't have to wait too long. Players have mostly been using the time to tinker with the game's building mechanics, and have already created some pretty insane stuff.
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However, some fans may be interested to learn that Playground is apparently just the "first step" into a "full creative mode" in Fortnite.
From the wording of the message, it sounds like Playground is not in it's final "version", and so it is expected there will be changes made in the future which may lead to it being temporarily disabled. We've also seen some pretty sweet creations come out of this "practice" mode, and fans can't seem to get enough.
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