Tez Game - Hot News, Reviews & Everything Else in the World of Video Games

Playground LTM coming soon to Fortnite: Battle Royale

It's kind of like Minecraft, but better than Minecraft.

Tez Gaming Jun 24, 2018 8:52 am

A new limited time mode is en route to Fortnite: Battle Royale, and it mainly focuses on practice and having fun.

Playground will be the next LTM to arrive to Fortnite, allowing players’ creativity to “run wild” on a private island without the worry of bloodthirsty enemies. Not many details are available about Playground LTM at this time, but it’s assumed that players can run their own server and practice important skills like aiming and building. This LTM will also give a ton of room for content creators to make their own short films related to Fortnite.

Related: Major changes could be coming to the Fortnite: Battle Royale map in update 4.5

Screengrab via Epic Games

Epic Games is teasing Playground LTM on the “New Updates” preview screen when players first load up Fortnite: Battle Royale.

Playground LTM is unique in its own way because it’s the first mode that will let players run free on their own server. It’s unknown whether the LTM will be on the pre-game spawn island or on the main Battle Royale island, but either way, players will be able to have fun by themselves and let their imagination go nuts—kind of like Minecraft.

It’ll also be a good change in scenery, since Playground will be another LTM that won’t focus on combat, like many of its predecessors: 50v50, Blitz, and Final Fight: Teams of 20. Hopefully Epic Games will consider making Playground a staple in the game so both new and old players can hone their skills on their own time.


You May Also Like

Tyler1 tries Fortnite and soon learns the harsh truth players have to deal with every day

Chris Evans Jan 27, 2023 10:12 am
The streamer got to star on a Truman Show spinoff.

Fortnite players on iOS are about to be heavily limited with new update

Paul Bettany Jan 25, 2023 9:12 pm
More restrictions are coming for players using the outdated app.

What are Siphons in Fortnite? Siphon augments explained

Ryan Reynolds Jan 18, 2023 5:10 pm
You probably play with it and don't even know.

Epic devotes $10 million prize pool to Fortnite esports in 2023 despite growing community concerns

Josh Brolin Jan 11, 2023 11:20 am
This year could determine the FNCS' fate.

Sentinels abandons competitive Fortnite, leaving a former world champ teamless

Danai Gurira Dec 28, 2022 6:14 pm
A major team exits the scene.

Epic and FTC reach multi-million dollar settlement—and Fortnite players might get a cut

Chris Evans Dec 19, 2022 12:10 pm
A big hit for Epic.