Fortnite Playground LTM disappears July 12, but don’t worry

Fortnite's Playground LTM ends in a week, Epic teases plans for the next one

Fortnite's Playground LTM ends in a week, Epic teases plans for the next one

Each Playground match lasts for one hour, and the storm circle won't begin closing in on the map until 55 minutes have passed. While Epic Games usually keeps its plans under wraps, only revealing features at their imminent release, when it comes to the new Playground v2 mode, the devs have proven very open about the planned changes and improvements.

Fortnite Playground essentially acts as a training mode, with the LTM letting players practice building and shooting skills away from the battlefield.

Epic Games has announced that the limited time Playground mode, recently added, pulled, then returned to their battle royale smash hit, Fortnite, is to take another break next week for some new features and fine tuning.

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Epic said it hopes to enable team selection options within the Playground itself in the next iteration.

"1v1s and 2v2s, Aim assist for controllers, Editing other player's structures, Traps affecting teammates/enemies correctly, Highlighting teammates on the map, Damaging enemies with your pickaxe". We've already seen some pretty astonishing feats be shared online, including a complete Mario Kart-inspired track that uses walls, trolleys, and jump pads to full effect, but players will have to restrain their creativity for just a little while as Epic makes its changes. "We all landed tilted, and by the time we were done, it was unrecognisable", one fan posted on Reddit. There's also much more loot to find, and it affords opportunities to screw around with the game that you could not in a regular match.

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