Creative mode has a ton of usable maps that can be played by anyone if they have the right code. There are maps for warm up, aim practice, hide and seek, racing, and so on. They have added a lot of creativity to the game.
What should you do to use a creative code? Once you load up Fortnite you will be given the three options on what you want to play. Those options are Save the World, Battle Royale, and Creative. All that you have to do is to click the Creative option, then click Play and then Create. Please do not start a server if you want to play solo.
Once the map is loaded, you will be able to see an Orange Rift that will take you to islands where you are able to create custom maps. You do not need this one right now, so please look around for the featured portals. The game called Fortnite now puts you in a custom portal area, so you might have to seek it out a bit. Please find the portals with the console in front of them and interact with one. From this step, you are able to either select one of the codes you have added to your favorites, or you are able to paste a code you have at the end of the URL. The next step is to click Accept and it will load up the island of your choice. After that, you are then able to run into the rift and it will transport you to it.
Here is the list of edit courses that were created in Creative mode:
1. Candook’s 9 in 1 Edit Course: 7440-4394-8340
Candook’s 9 in 1 Edit Course has a ton of variety and the difficulty goes from very easy to quite difficult. There are a lot of resets, builds, and edits to work through so this is a great one to get your warmed up on PC or console.
2. Rainder464’s Warm Up Course: 5739-0895-9513
There are a lot of good new stuff in Rainder464’s Warm Up Course for editing and practicing your shotgun shot for Chapter 2 Season 2.
3. Candooks 9-in-1 Edit Course: 7440-4394-8340
Candooks 9-in-1 Edit Course has 9 different levels of difficulty, so you can be anywhere on the spectrum of skill and find something useful in this map.
4. Rodey’s Edit Training Course: 4809-4741-0206
Rodey’s Edit Training Course contains beginner, intermediate, and advanced edit courses, meaning that you are able to find something for all levels of skill when using this as your warm up before going to the game.
5. Cook’s Warm Up Edit Course: 6055-7683-6855
Cook’s Warm-Up Edit Course is a strong edit practice course for repetitive editing and warming up prior to jumping into games. There are about a million different walls set up and ready to be edited over and over to get your muscle memory worked out. Make sure to watch the video to see which edits you should be working on based on what section of the course you are on.
6. EGO-Hapec’s Edit Course: 7613-7227-9374
EGO-Hapec’s Edit Course is a pretty straight-forward one with a lot of different edits to go through. You are able to time yourself if you want to track your progress and see how you have improved.