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FORTNITE has a new creative mode that gives map creators more control than they’ve ever had before. 

Fortnite Creative 2.0, also known as UEFN, allows PC creators to edit maps in real-time, and can even be used to create entire games inside Fortnite. 

One of the many new Fortnite modes.


One of the many new Fortnite modes.Credit: Epic Games

To celebrate the launch and show off the new tools, Epic Games has created a selection of maps that players can check out right now. 

Here’s every Epic-created Fortnite Creative 2.0 map currently in the game, along with their map codes.

Forest Guardian – 0348-4483-3263

This demo map is so impressive that it was used by Epic during the announcement stream for the new tools. 

The map makes full use of everything Unreal Engine 5 has to offer, and really shows off what you can do within Fortnite Creative 2.0. 

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In Forest Guardian, you’ll follow an ancient dragon through a beautiful forest to a hallowed battleground. 

Here, you’ll face off against waves of various enemies, using only a melee weapon, to satisfy and entertain the dragon. 

Deserted: Domination – 8035-1519-2959

A more traditional showcase of what Creative 2.0 can offer, this game mode is a class-based shooter like Overwatch or Destiny. 

It’s got a map and gameplay loop based on Call of Duty’s iconic domination game mode, but with a few twists. 

Rather than buying weapons with coins, you can instead select from multiple classes, streamlining the shooter experience. 

While shooter-style games were possible in Creative previously, this is a big step up in terms of scope and capability. 

Gemstone Tycoon – 6365-7588-5080

Gemstone Tycoon is a kind of clicker game, where the whole point is to spend time wasting time in a fun and interesting way. 

Maps like this were possible in Fortnite previously, but Creative 2.0 allows them to be bigger and better than ever before. 

Here, you start your journey by mining gemstones to earn money, and then you use that money to buy upgrades and equipment. 

Eventually you’ll earn enough to buy machines and factory equipment to do all your mining for you, the end-game of any clicker game. 

The Space Inside – 9836-7381-5978

The Space Inside really shows the extent of what’s new in Fortnite Creative 2.0, doing things previously impossible in the game. 

It shows you a series of short cutscenes, and puts you in the first-person perspective, a big change from what Fortnite normally does. 

In the game itself, you’ll be tasked with completing a series of escape rooms, solving puzzles to get to the next one. 

There’s also a mystery to solve as you progress through the map, showing just how immersive an experience can be created. 

Pirate Adventure – 2810-0903-5967

There’s a lot of cool stuff on display in Pirate Adventure, with a host of activities and places to explore. 

You’ll wash up on the beach on a desolate island after a short cutscene, and will then be tasked with growing your resources. 

You’ll be able to find chests, complete quests, and gain experience as you explore the pirate paradise before you. 

There’s a big island to explore, and plenty of side activities to engage in, so you’ll be able to spend hours building your perfect pirate home. 

Reclamation – 1135-0361-8937

One of the most polished maps currently available in Creative 2.0, Reclamation is a five-on-five deathmatch game. 

It has a great cutscene that opens the experience, and then goes wild with the game mechanics in new and interesting ways. 

You’ll descend in a drop pod onto a spaceship environment, and then have to compete alongside your teammates to get the most takedowns. 

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While it’s pretty simple gameplay-wise compared to some other maps, it shows off everything Creative 2.0 has to offer. 

Written by Oliver Brandt on behalf of GLHF.

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