Departing dramatically from the format of previous Fortnite modes, Playground resembles Minecraft more than it does, say, a battle royale.
Fortnite steps toward a practice mode with the Playground LTM
Fortnite Playground Mode is but one of the many new additions that players can expect very, very soon. Respawns are enabled, so players will be able to strategize together.
Building Pro and Toubro Building improvements mean building won't inadvertently be canceled and the correct pieces place when the button is pressed. An optional "aim assist" is coming for Edit Mode, which will pull your crosshair toward the closest square when you're editing your buildings.More news: Sterling Brown: 'I get mad every time I watch it'
Getting a Victory Royale should be a memorable experience, and the victory screen should support that. Server tick rates and updates have been made with the intention of increasing network performance across the board. And any gamer who managed to play 50 games in the "Solo Showdown" mode will also be receiving a free spray. In short, things were going to go "boom" a whole lot more than usual. Future updates will also offer features such as in-world markers, challenge progress notifications, a Victory Royale screen for a game victor to relish, a high-resolution mini-map and improved audio to help players hear someone trying to creep up on them.
With all that in mind, it's clear the Fortnite dev team is committed to refining the less-than-perfect parts of both Battle Royale and Save The World. Though the recent update this week saw the long-awaited release of the Jetpack, it seems there is no stopping Epic.More news: French, Rwandan Leaders Pledge Cooperation on African Security
Fortnite is available now for PS4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, and iOS, with an Android release for the title planned down the line. Tell us in the comments section!More news: Fed minutes: Gradual rate hikes on track