Even though it was originally planned for release in January, Fortnite’s much-anticipated Creative 2.0 mode has been postponed yet again.
The Fortnite Creative mode has been nearly as popular as Battle Royale, and with the supposed release of Fortnite Creative 2.0, it will receive a significant upgrade.
Unfortunately, fans will have to wait for the next months.
About Fortnite’s Creative 2.0
Moreover, in Fortnite’s Creative mode, users can make their own custom content by rearranging game assets to create their own version of the game’s titular Creative Island.
Also, players can invite their friends to these islands, and everyone who visits earns experience points.
Using the existing Creative function, players are able to create their own one-of-a-kind maps.
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The statement regarding the delay
On Twitter, Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games, announced that the development team is now targeting a March release date.
Furthermore, a theory suggests that Creative 2.0 will make it possible to customize one’s experience in a wide range of ways, including the ability to create one’s own models, item spawns, game widgets, storm features, and a great many other things.
Sweeney tweeted in response to a fan, “January will not have a UEFN. We’ve moved our target date to March.”
This was in response to a post on the Fortnite Creative fan account claiming that the Fortnite Unreal Editor will come in a little over a week.
Moreover, the most recent iteration of Fortnite Creative was back in 2018, and it already provides players with a great deal of freedom in terms of their own original creations.
Users will have a lot more leeway to experiment with their creations with the introduction of the new Unreal editor in Creative 2.0.
Also, hearsay from fans suggests that this could be the result of Fortnite’s new policies for minors and that Creative 2.0 might need a bit of preparation time.