Call of Duty Maps In Fortnite Creative Mode
Two of the hottest games right now are Fortnite Battle Royale and Black Ops 4. What happens if you put them together? Is that even possible? With Fortnite’s Creative Mode it has become possible as gamers are recreating some of the most epic Call of Duty maps in the creative mode. Risky Reels has been replaced by “The Block” and now users are trying their best to recreate their favorite game maps. Fortnite’s new creative mode allows users to create different types of maps. The best projects will get featured inside the live the Battle Royale map. Players that enter a Battle Royale lobby will be able to participate in that specific user created region.
This had been announced during “The Game Awards” and ever since then, players have been spending hours on creating maps that are truly spectacular.
#FortniteBlockParty is the tag Epic has asked the creators to use for getting their projects featured in the game. You can already find a lot of projects that are very detailed when searching the tag.
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Call Of Duty Maps
Call of Duty maps have always stood out when it comes to multiplayer “run and gun” games. NukeTown was a Call of Duty favorite and could be played in “Black Ops 3” an earlier edition of the famous Black Ops series. In fact, Nuketown was such a common spot for warfare, that it ended up bringing the most anticipated part of Call of Duty’s version of the Battle Royale mode titled “Blackout”.
@bxcon has tweeted out a video posting his version of Nuketown, this video has now crossed 900k views in just 24 hours since the upload. Here is a look at his creation.
Here's a quick walkthrough of my Nuketown map for anyone who wants to see it properly pic.twitter.com/4tS527ufq9
— J❄n (@Bxcon) December 7, 2018
It doesn’t end with Nuketown
Here you can see Twitter user @RoyalXkillerX attempt at recreating Call of Duty “Shipment”
Epic might not want to add maps from other franchises, but if a creative project winner is decided by votes then there’s nothing much Epic can do to stop the entry. The creator of the custom Nuketown map took around 5 hours to complete. One user by the name of Bxon tweeted a picture of his Nuketown map. As of the time of writing the tweet has garnered 39,000 likes, 8.9k retweets and has close to 1000 comments. We are sure there will be more viral pictures of maps being built in creative mode.
Fortnite fans are already spending hours building in creative mode. All this in two days since the mode was launched. What we are about to witness this whole month will be an architectural explosion. Perhaps we will see Fortnite gamers go beyond Call of Duty maps and seek out oher game franchises to mimic. December will be a great month for Fornite Battle Royale. Make sure you keep checking out for the best projects by following the tag mentioned in this post.