Fortnite is a game that just does not want to stop. In addition to announcing a whole new creative mode this week, a new Epic Games store and the beginning of the season seven, the developers announced behind the game's royal game "The Block" today at The Game Awards, an area of battle the royal island that will mark some of the best creations created by the players in the new creative mode. You can load Fortnite right now and see it yourself at the Risky Reels site, which has been cleared to accommodate the new add-on.
To participate in the competition, players must build something in Creative Mode and share it on social media using hashtag #Fortnite BlockParty . Whatever fans do, they must follow the new code of conduct, which prohibits things like pornographic content and hate speech. Here, Epic goes into that nitty gritty of what makes a submission viable for The Block.
255;25 tile area on a flat part of the island. It's very important that your creations fit well on The Block.
Try to keep "Memory Used" less than 50,000. Efficiency is as important as creativity!
Chests, floor blocks and car spies will be determined by Epic. No need to include these.
Currently the space is empty, but given how often Fortnite updates, it's probably just a matter of time before it changes. Creative Mode is currently available to anyone who purchases Battle Pass.
Fortnite ends the season with a stroke. After weeks of bothering a winter storm, a creative mode that promises to make Fortnite to the next Minecraft, and a store that can be the first real competitor to Steam, we have yet another thing to look forward to – and there are still weeks left in 2018.