This one's a creative ode to the horror game Dead by Daylight, where a monstrous slasher chases down a couple dumb teens while they try to escape. Dead by Fortnight gives the killer an infinity blade and tasks survivors with destroying generators.
(Image credit: Epic Games)I've seen a lot of horror stories told through Fortnite, and only a very select few that I could consider good. The mini-game itself is tightly designed, so you'll rarely wonder where the heck you need to go next (a very common problem in Fortnite stories), there's a few genuinely creepy bits, and it's over in about 20 minutes.
(Image credit: Epic Games)You know him, you love/hate the thousands of YouTuber careers launched off the back of the franchise, and now he's in Fortnite. Well, ok, a weird approximation, but kudos to creator void-enderbite for translating FNaF's camera monitoring mechanics into something that works within Fortnite's tool set.
The mini-game variety is solid too, with parkour puzzles, kart racing, and a weird pinball obstacle courses, plus seven other challenges. I've yet to see the modern Invisible Man film, which I hear is great, but this hide-and-seek map definitely goes for the classic black and white horror vibe.
(Image credit: Epic Games)This is far from a perfect Fortnite remake of Resident Evil 2's iconic police station, but I still found myself chuckling at finding the right corners or rooms as I explored through the first level. I appreciate the way the darkness and dim flashlight mixes with Fortnite's first-person perspective, making the thrills a little more personal than the usual third-person affair.
Resident Evil 7 managed to breathe new life into the once stagnant survival horror franchise, and this is a pretty good approximation of the opening chapters, with a few creative liberties. You'll likely find yourself remembering “Oh yeah, I had to get the key card to unlock this, to fix this, to turn this thing on” like a nightmarish Zelda game.
(Image credit: Epic Games)A riff on the Layers of Fear style of horror, where you play a piano prodigy who's reached the limits of his sanity and struggling to cope. It's my favorite kind of spooky Fortnite adventure: One that doesn't require stupid leaps of logic and design to finish.
Creator Annex here has done a bang up job of creating a spooky little hospital, with enough balance between puzzles, exploration, and general misadventures. Dare I say, the lighting in Fortnite is just so dang good (especially on PC, of course) that it makes even amateur maps just a bit more terrifying.
It's far from a 1:1 recreation, but I found myself chuckling at how the layout reminded me of the early stages of that classic survival horror locale. Not only is it an easy way to collect coins for the Season 8 Overtime Challenge, but it also exemplifies a neat concept.
Can you ace this Fortnite Quiz Creative map? Epic Games/iiiSAndmaniii @ YouTube 2) Fiend Rooftop Survival : Lots of gamers are getting their Zombie fill by playing Days Gone this month, but you can recreate that tense action in this Fortnite Creative map by mrhollywood03. : Better known as a Bite size Battle map, this Island shrinks players down to ant-size stature and asks them to collect coins in a massive house.
Amongst friends, this code can be leveraged as an easy way to collect coins or a battleground for sheer mayhem. Collect coins in this huge house to emerge victorious. Epic Games/Drive @ YouTube 4) Howling Heights : This Fortnite Creative code offers a unique solo experience focused on harvesting materials, climbing structures and collecting coins.
Players start at the bottom of a massive trash pile and must work their way up to a suspending house by building to it. Rather than clustering all players together like other Zone Wars maps, this one starts each competitor turtle off in their own 1v1 space to facilitate passive play.
Simply put, for those who've played Zone Wars before, this map improves the concept in ways others have not. This Zone Wars map prioritizes passive play over blind aggression. Epic Games/Mock Young @ YouTube 6) Avengers: Endgame Death run : Fortnite and Avengers have become unquestionably linked over the past year, so it was only a matter of time before fans used Fortnite Creative to construct Endgame -inspired maps.
For this death run, players must collect a series of Infinity Stones scattered across a dilapidated cityscape. 'Can you be the hero the world needs by finishing these Avengers death run? Epic Games/Cited @ YouTube Fortnite is available now on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC and mobile.
You'll have the option of choosing between 'Save the World”, “Battle Royale”, and “Creative”. If you choose 'Create' you will enter a private Creative Hub that only you can access.
If you choose 'Play' you will load a public server with random Fortnite Creative players. For the purposes of loading up a Fortnite Creative map that you want to play just by yourself or with your party, select 'Island Code'.
We're at the start of a brand-new year which means there are plenty of new Fortnite Creative codes to explore and enjoy. The festive season has been and gone so there aren't any Fortnite Christmas maps to offer, but we do have a lot of generally excellent creations from the talented members of the community.
This month also has a working calculator, the main building from Tilted Towers recreated perfectly, and a Game Boy imitation. (Image credit: Epic Games)Highlighted in the list of Fortnite Creative maps for August is something truly unique.
NameCodeCreatorTypeLaTurbo Avedon1248-2128-4287thefactorymcrAdventureParadise Highway8782-6603-2109noob_heroine & SeekParanoia Tantrum 2: Genesis1520-4763-6403WertandrewEscape MazeDeathrun Adventures1763-3666-6604jadubzDeathrun3D Lab Party7527-5867-92953dlabMinigamesThe Odyssey3555-6478-7916JxdvnAdventureSplashdown1624-7677-19563dlabZone Working her Toten0782-2189-7490mist_jawafettProp Hunt April's Fortnite Creative codes update has some real stokers, including a genuinely brilliant Pac-Man inspired mini-game in the form of Retro Runners. There's also a stylistic Prop Hunt map where everything is a black silhouette on a white background, along with a stunning recreation of Mines Irish from Lord of the Rings.
We've featured Bikini Bottom a few months ago in this article, but this version of SpongeBob's hometown is much more impressive. There's a few waves of enemies to survive along with a few side missions to complete such as a race around Mrs Puff's driving school.
(Image credit: Epic Games)With Borderlands 3 releasing this month, popular Fortnite Creative genius Ruiz has conjured up Borderline; an open-world Borderlands themed map that utilizes Claptrap as a quest giver, thanks to the recent Fortnite x Mayhem crossover. It's much smaller than the standard map, matches don't last anywhere near as long, and there's a number of varied locations like a barn, cemetery, and construction yard.
(Image credit: Epic Games)Minecraft has seen somewhat of a resurgence lately, perhaps to the detriment of the Fortnite player numbers, but why not combine the two? Your goal is to collect all the Under Eyes and go to the End, but there're caves, abandoned mine shafts, the stronghold and more to find along the way.
The old man who gives you the sword has been replaced by a gnome and the Infinity Blade, and there're no enemies on the surface, but there's a series of dungeons to complete and coins to collect in order to beat the game. (Image credit: Epic Games)We're getting to the stage of Fortnite Creative now where people are becoming more comfortable using it, and can create some seriously incredible stuff.
(Image credit: Epic Games)Another one from the Fortnite World Cup this year, Junkyard June is a wonderful map that introduces a clever spin on Prop Hunt. (Image credit: Epic Games)The final map was also featured at the Fortnite World Cup, although it's made by the equally vague Team_Evolve instead of wc19-creators.
This is a team based objective map where you need to fight for control of capture zones, similar to something like Domination from Call of Duty. (Image credit: Epic Games)It was featured as a public playlist for a short while, but if you want to carry on playing Prop Hunt, there's a designated code you can use in Creative.
The mode soared to fame in Garry's Mod, and quickly became imitated in other games like Call of Duty. It's not flawless; you can only enter through blue portals and leave through orange ones, and you can't actually fire them yourself, as they're fixed points in each level.
Of course, it's not an official partnership, so everything looks a little off, and you can't actually become Woody or Buzz, but it's a fun environment, and you can pretend to be Burg for a while. Atom's Temple is a single player adventure which has you start on a wooden raft held aloft by tentacles.
Venture onto the long forgotten island to explore Atom's Temple, avoid the traps, beat the parkour courses and find all the hidden coins within. Death runs are a popular concept in Fortnite Creative these days, but if you're not well versed with them, jumping straight in can be an uphill struggle.
They often throw you in at the deep end with insane parkour courses and traps to avoid, but this “100 Level Default Death run” starts off a bit easier. This multi-dimensional arena is a great place to fight with a bunch of pals, just watch out for the roaming undead amongst the lava rivers...
This fun mini-game for up to four players involves hopping in baller vehicles and swinging around a pole, trying to catch as many floating coins as possible in midair. There's a bunch of flying furniture to propel yourself off to reach those coins at the very top, and there's even a few hidden underneath the middle of the arena.
Test your knowledge with 20 questions all about Creative Mode, from building prefabs to islands, items, and objects, and keep an eye out for the secret room! The aptly named Fortnite Academy is a free-for-all map with dozens of floors to duke it out in, along with a garden surrounding the building and plenty of hidden rooms.
There're weapons scattered everywhere in true old school fashion, and if you reckon you can find them all, there's a bunch of coins to collect too. We haven't included a solid racecourse yet this month so grab your pals and strap in, because Nathan43615 has recreated the famous Bowler's Castle track from Super Mario 64 inside Fortnite.
With decorative dragons, tight corners, and speed boosts galore, this ATK race is perfect to let off steam from battle royale. Began's Death run starts at the very top of a volcano complete with a huge skull face for decoration, and you have to find your way to the end of “eight spine-chilling levels made in 400 hours”.
Hide & Seek is a simple concept, but jstKamui has created a huge kitchen and attic environment where you're incredibly tiny, and you can use grapples to traverse the rooms. Now you can essentially play a 3D rendition of a 2D Mario game in Fortnite, with JackTheRipperJM's Plumber Parkour.
It's a Quadcrasher racecourse for up to six racers set on a short snowy track, with all manner of terrain and tricky turns. The concept is the same, but you need to manage your boost and fly through the air to get through 11 stages of tricky maneuvers and infuriating traps.
Of course, it's not all actually underwater, but you can visit SpongeBob's and Squidward's houses, Sandy's treehouse, the Krusty Krab, Chum Bucket and more. 10 levels of multicolored, increasingly difficult drops where you have to essentially get to the bottom in one smooth motion, then land on the launch pad.
When you go for a nice holiday in a log cabin, surrounded by trees to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern life... you don't expect the entire forest to be set ablaze. The Floor is Water from aptly named dampfijiwater is a difficult parkour map with eight levels and five hidden coins to collect, and if you fall off, you're toast.
Choose Your Own Adventure games are popular with players of all ages, since they allow you to customize your story and experience a number of different endings.