In Fortnite Battle Royale, the creative mode offers plenty of opportunities for your own creations. Their classic maps from Call of Duty are very popular. With a bit of luck they might soon appear in the regular game.

What is the creative mode? The big highlight of Season 7 is the creative mode. In it you can be a game designer on your own little island and build your own map. The possibilities are enormous and already cool creations have been created.

CoD maps like Nuketown and Rust are the hit

That’s what Nuketown looks like in Fortnite: Nuketown is one of the best-known maps in the call-of-duty franchise, and hardly a game in the series does not have a version of this map. This is a nuclear test site and typical are the truck and bus in the middle and the beige houses opposite. Fortnite fans like The YouTuber XFitJesus have all considered this in their Fortnite version.


Credits: Epic Games

This is what Rust looks like in Fortnite: This map from Modern Warfare 2 was perfect for snipers, and you’ll also find many elevated locations and good shot positions in Fortnite. User itsHNDN has created a possible version of it.

Shipment: Another classic from Call of Duty offers a tiny area full of freight containers. According to experience, this is brutal and violent close combat is the order of the day. One of the streamers AgentCecil has made a demo of it.

Do maps from CoD fit into Fortnite?

This is how fan maps could come into play: So far, these new maps only enjoy creators and their friends in creative mode. But Epic has demolished the place Risky Reels extra in the game and built there the “block” . There will be a constantly changing map from the creative mode in the future.

Reasons for CoD maps in Fortnite: First, these maps are cult and especially popular with older players. Also, it would be a cool statement of respect when you have a fan-made tribute to the most famous maps of the competition in the game. And then it would be interesting to see how a well-known shooter map beats in a game like Fortnite. However, classic CoD maps are not designed to simply blast through the terrain and build their own fortresses . So it might be interesting how the CoD maps feel in Fortnite, if they ever come via the block into the official game

Call of Duty Black Ops 4

Credits: Activision

The Fortnite Battle Royale mode, based on the Real Battle genre, was released independently in September 2017 for Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In this game mode up to 100 players participate and they all fight against each other until that only one is alive: the winner.

Fortnite has become a worldwide phenomenon since it has millions of downloads since its release and has reached 3.4 million simultaneous players, which increased after the arrival of Battle Royale mode .

The key to its success lies in its dynamism, simplicity and intensity. And, unlike other rival games like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, your games are faster.