Playground mode expires on July 12, which also marks the start of Fortnite Battle Royale Season 5. Playground Mode gives players unprecedented creative freedom in the battle royale portion of the game, and while some fans would like to see it become a permanent part of the experience, Epic has announced that it's removing the mode on Thursday, July 12. We now know when it'll be going away, and what it'll be like next time it pops up in game.
"We appreciate all of the awesome feedback we've received and are beginning work on the next version of Playground".
"Yeah, we are working on a version where we can keep Playground as a mode, not just a Limited Time Mode", the Twitch message reads.
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Don't worry though - Epic Games know they have a hit on their hands. So much so, that many have been begging Epic Games to make it permanent.
Although that doesn't sound hopeful, they continued on to state exactly what kind of upgrades would be made."For the next version of Playground we're hoping to include functionality that would allow team selection options within the Playground itself".
After some technical difficulties, Playground Mode went live in Fortnite a few days ago, and was met with general enthusiasm from the community. "And remember, you will have until the release of v5.0 to access your Playground LTM replays".