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Fortnite Battle Royale • Dec 21, 2018

Fortnite players create incredible playable replicas of iconic CoD: MW2 'Terminal' map in Creative mode

Fortnite players create incredible playable replicas of iconic CoD: MW2 'Terminal' map in Creative mode

Since the launch of the new Creative mode in Fortnite Battle Royale, there has been a growing trend of using it to recreate classic Multiplayer maps from the Call of Duty series.

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As one would expect, one of the maps that players have commonly chosen to rebuild in Fortnite is the iconic Terminal map from CoD: Modern Warfare 2.

Terminal's Multiplayer version was based on the layout of the airport from the controversial campaign mission called 'No Russian.' The map is an airport terminal full of luggage, bars, and small shops in the interior, while the outside areas feature multiple planes and pieces of cargo sitting at various parts.

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While the internet is now full of average attempts at remaking Terminal in Fortnite, there are some that have stood out above all of the rest.

The great thing about all of these remakes is that, not only do they look fantastic and extremely well done, they are also full playable, which means that players can just join in and run deathmatch games just like the old MW2 days. 

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Upon first glance, it's almost instantly obvious that all of these players spent a lot of hours and hard work getting their version of Terminal to look like the original.

The close attention to detail is applaudable, particularly with the interior areas, and that has directly resulted in the maps being very much playable and not just cool to look at.

With Creative mode having just released in Fortnite, it's not only not going away anytime soon, it's also bound to get more extensive and complex as Epic Games continue to release updates and extensions for it.

This can only mean that Fortnite players who have an extra spark of creativity and inspiration will continue to dazzle the internet with amazing recreations of nostalgic things from the past, such as Call of Duty maps.

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