Update: Epic Games has confirmed that Fortnite Creative will launch alongside season 7 tomorrow if you own the Battle Pass. Only Season 7 Battle Pass owners will have access to their own island for the first week of the new season. Players without the Battle Pass will gain access on December 13, but anyone can be invited to the private island of a player who already has early access.
Since Creative mode isn't intended for competitive play, you'll have access to props that aren't available in Battle Royale, such as pads that produce vehicles and act as player respawn points.
A unique feature of the Epic Games store is the Support-A-Creator program that connects developers with over 10,000 creators, such as YouTube video makers and Twitch streamers. And now Epic Games are completing revolutionising the game by introducing Fortnite Creative, showing the endless opportunities of Fortnite in a brand new light.
Fortnite is available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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Fortnite Creative also hearkens back to Minecraft.
Here's the official Fortnite Creative announcement video. In the free tier of challenges for Week 1, Epic wants you to dance in seven different forbidden locations and will give you five Battle Stars in return, which will help you earn some of those new skins.
We'll find out more about Creative mode at The Game Awards. Also, you can save and load your creations between play sessions - a big improvement for folks who liked making up their own games in Playground but had to rebuild everything every time.