The best Fortnite Creative 2.0 map codes to play right now

Rishabh Sabarwal
A Fortnite Creative 2.0 map code

Fortnite Creative 2.0 is pushing the envelope for more immersive experiences in the game that players can enjoy. Over the past few months we’ve tried a bunch of them out and rounded up the best map codes below.

Fortnite fans have been creating imaginative maps and experiences in Creative mode for years now, but the arrival of Creative 2.0 (officially known as Unreal Editor for Fortnite) makes these maps look and play even better than before.

Considering the Unreal Editor for Fortnite (UEFN) only launched on March 22, there have been loads of new map codes available, however many of them have teething issues like bugs or glitches – but there are still a few solid experiences to try out.

We’ve rounded up some of the best Fortnite Creative 2.0 map codes below, from a Call of Duty-inspired desert shootout to an outer space escape room and even an open-world pirate adventure.

Deserted Domination: 8035-1519-2959

Deserted Domination map in Fortnite

If you’ve ever wondered what a crossover between Fortnite and Call of Duty would look like, it’s pretty much Deserted: Domination. This team-based shootout requires you to capture three zones on a desert map that looks like it’s ripped straight out of a CoD game. You can even choose from several premade loadouts every time you’re eliminated, which is great for practicing with each weapon.

Forest Guardian: 0348-4483-3263

This short but sweet map is reminiscent of fantasy-action games like Kena Bridge of Spirits, and it looks absolutely gorgeous as you travel through an enchanted forest battling wolves before coming face to face with a giant dragon. As we said before, it’s only a short game, but it’s a great showcase for what Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps could look like in the future.

The Space Inside: 9836-7381-5978

Escape Rooms are some of the most popular maps in Fortnite Creative, so now’s your chance to try one out that’s been created in the brand-new Unreal Editor. This mind-bending single-player experience takes you through a series of themed rooms ranging from a library to a spaceship, all filled with trap doors, secret switches, and moving walls with spikes on them.

Atlas OG Battle Royale: 2179-7822-3395

The OG Fortnite map in Creative 2.0

Atlas Creative have brought the beloved OG Fortnite map from Chapter 1 back to life using Unreal Editor, so you can revisit all your favorite locations like Tilted Towers and Loot Lake. Thankfully, all the issues and bugs that prevented the players from matchmaking are now fixed. So drop into the Battle Bus one more time and experience the OG Fortnite in its full glory.

Rainbow Rush: 8892-9602-2793

Rainbow Rush in UEFN

This stunning Creative 2.0 experience is created by PONZIP and is slowly rising to be one of the top driving games made in UEFN. The game is highly inspired from the Rainbow Road from Mario Kart. However, players here drive a Nitro Drifter across a timed tricky obstacle course and the best course times everyday stand a chance to win a constellation by the creator.

The Spectacular Super City: 9298-1088-1340

Spectacular Super City in UEFN

Swing through the skyscrapers of New York City in this surreal Creative 2.0 experience created by Drooft. Players spawn on the island as a hero or a villain and are flung into the Spider city where they can either use their Grapple Glove to swing around the city, bringing the experience of Spider-Man PS4 series to Fortnite. You can also participate in an exciting Swinging Race with your friends and gain enormous amounts of XP as reward.

Rocket Wars: 5196-0233-5799

Rocket Wars in UEFN

The newly launched experience by SypherPK and Superjoy Studios, Rocket Wars brings a unique version of Zone Wars in zero gravity on the moon. Players begin from their rocket bases and throughout the gameplay, are given several abilities and custom emotes that they can use. It is the first venture into UEFN by the content creator before his next major endeavor, Project V launches next year.

Doomsday Raid Boss Battle: 8699-5345-4889

Final Fantasy XIV map in Fortnite

The Doomsday Raid Boss Battle is the newly viral UEFN creation by Sig_Rem that is based off of a Final Fantasy XIV style boss raid. Players can jump in with upto 6 teammates on the map and battle a colossal boss by selecting one of the three weapons class. The graphics and gameplay of the map has been designed in such a way to make it look as similar to the original FFXIV raid.

Fortnopoly: 5068-0087-4348

Fortnopoly UEFN map

This unique take on the iconic board game Monopoly impressed fans and Fortnite players alike. Fortnopoly, designed by the popular streamer SquatingDog, is a map that combines the Pit and Lucky Block gameplay styles and drops players onto a realistic Monopoly board, where they can select the arena they wish to fight in and the weapons they desire. In addition, they can send a player to jail and roll the dice to apply cool effects such as slo-mo, low gravity, and speed up gameplay for a brief period.

Tokyo Shinjuku Map: 2559-7059-6968

Tokyo Shinjuku map in Fortnite

Tokyo Shinjuku is a realistic AI-generated map designed by Ka2aki to provide players with a GTA V-style gameplay experience. While players compared the design of the map to that of Los Santos, the map’s creator asserts it was based on a photorealistic rendering of the Shinjuku district in Tokyo. On the map, players can freely traverse the open world by driving cars, riding bikes, or even swinging using a Grapple Glove.

How to play Fortnite Creative 2.0 map codes

Playing a Fortnite Creative 2.0 map is the same as playing a regular Fortnite Creative map: You simply need to press the ‘Change Mode’ button from the lobby, then scroll across to the Island Code tab and enter one of the map codes we’ve featured above.

You can also find them by searching through the recommended maps on the Discover tab, but this is a little trickier as most maps aren’t marked as being a Creative 2.0 or Unreal Editor creation, so you won’t know if you’re getting a fresh map or an old one.

Side note: Many of the Creative 2.0 maps you’ll find out there are still in their early stages, so don’t be surprised if you experience bugs or can’t get certain experiences to start properly. You might just need to leave the map and try again later.

We’ll keep this page updated with new map codes as they get released, so check back soon!

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