Fortnite is one of the most played game at the moment and the game makes headlines almost every second day as the developers are planning for some changes with the new game modes.

Last month, it was announced that a new limited time mode (LTM) Playground will be rolled out for the players, thus allowing the players to use their creative skills and build their own content using the resources from loots. The mode was taken down soon after it went live by the end of June and developers promised to release it again once the issues and bugs will be fixed.

Epic Games then decided to roll out the 50 vs 50 limited time mode instead for a while so that players will have something new and no doubt, the 50 vs 50 game is epic when it comes to games featuring battle royale mode. However, the Playground LTM was released on Tuesday, July 3rd and according to the developers, the mode will again be taken down on Thursday July 12th.

The Playground LTM was fun and players seemed to have enjoyed the mode a lot because of creativity features, new weapons and loot items. While the good news it that Epic Games has some plans to re-enable the mode in the coming days as a permanent mode instead. The announcement was made by official spokesperson of Epic Games on Reddit who also said that the next version of Playground mode will also bring 1v1 and 2v2 fight in the game.

Moreover, the next version of Playground will include aim assist for controllers, damaging enemies with your pickax, putting on traps that will affect enemies or team mates correctly, and edit options for other player’s structures. As per Epic Games, “The Playground LTM represents our first step into what a full creative mode looks like in Fortnite,”

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They didn’t provide any release date of when the next version of the Playground will hit the platforms, so i guess we should make the best use of current LTM version which will expire on July 12th.

Fortnite is available for PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Android and iOS. Stay tuned for more updates!