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


There's a reason Playground is referred to as a limited time mode, though.

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

It did take some time to fine tune the mode for full release, but now that it is in the game, fans are pushing it to its very limits and going wild with the creativity it fosters. We don't know much about Season 5 yet, but expect the usual assortment of skins, emotes, and other Battle Pass goodies.

The new Playground mode in Fortnite: Battle Royale will go offline on July 12, as developer Epic Games works on the next version.

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Although there's no fixed date for when Playgrounds will return, Epic has detailed a bunch of changes for the next version. And in the future, hopefully Epic releases even better versions of Playground Mode that will allow Fortnite fans to really flex their creative muscles. However, it is definitely coming back at some unplanned point in the future, and we know what it will look like when it does.

One of Fortnite: Battle Royale's newest Limited Time Modes will become a mainstay in the game. Now, Epic Games has announced that they will be suspending the popular game mode.

Another adds: "Yeah, it would be cool to be able to save some of these maps so they can be used again". It allows players to explore the map and play around with up to three friends, free from the risk of being eliminated by other people.