Epic Video games has managed to push Fortnite to mobile phones and the Nintendo Switch however it hasn’t but been capable of roll out Playground Mode. The follow mode for studying the Fortnite ropes has now formally been delayed till subsequent week at the least.
In response to the Fortnite Twitter account, the LTM (Restricted Time Mode) is not but prepared for public consumption, although we do not actually have any extra particulars than that. The foundation of the issue appears to be the matchmaking system, which is why Playground Mode bought pulled hours after launch earlier this week.
In case you’re not updated with the most recent sport patch, Playground Mode is designed as an hour-long sandbox-style expertise for players who need to take a bit extra time experimenting earlier than being shot to bits.
Hold your eyes on the rocket
Epic Video games is promising additional updates on Monday. Within the meantime, Fortnite season 5 rolls ever nearer, with an official launch scheduled for July 12. We will surely hope Playground Mode is up and operating by then.
Within the meantime, players’ appetites have been whetted with a particular one-off occasion that occurred on Saturday June 30. Those that had been logged into Fortnite on the identical bought to see a spectacular rocket launch: after shedding some type of thruster over Anarchy Acres, the rocket ultimately created an enormous rift within the Fortnite sky.
Hold your eyes on that rift over the subsequent couple of weeks… however what does all of it imply? Possibly an alien invasion is imminent, or possibly it is a portal via to a special world (in honour of Westworld). We’ll discover out for certain in July.