Published: Sun, July 01, 2018
IT | By Laverne Higgins

Epic will not reinstate Fortnite's Playground mode until next week

Epic will not reinstate Fortnite's Playground mode until next week

For weeks, gamers have been speculating over the launch of the rocket nestled in the villain base in Fortnite. But this is the first time in the game so far where you'll be able to see an event happening live. Even more so than if they did that in the regular modes, I mean, since your teammates' lives are literally the points you use to win. Due to this, we'll be disabling Final Fight and re-enabling the 50v50 LTM at 10AM EDT.

Earlier this week, Fortnite briefly received an exciting new game mode: Playground.

Fortnite's patch 4.5 released yesterday, bringing with it the new Playground LTM mode, which enabled you and three friends to jump into a map without the need to fight in a normal battle royale setup. "We're continuing testing on our matchmaking improvements and are still aiming to open the Playground LTM as soon as we're confident in our improvements, " Epic posted to the "Fortnite: Battle Royal" subreddit.

Fortnite's heralding a pretty important event tomorrow, and if you're planning on being out of the house for a bit, you may want to rethink those plans.

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We can (hopefully) still expect the mode to hit today, June 29, but the issues may roll into the weekend. But now we know that whatever is going to happen is going to happen live.

The mysterious announcement is likely referring to the launch of a missile, which many fans theorise will change the game forever.

Epic developers took to reddit to explain what Fornite's latest LTM needs, and why it's proved such a strain on the server.

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