The Fortnite Creative mode has opened the door to many possibilities within the game, such as a recreation of the fan-favorite Call of Duty map, Nuketown.
This famous location was first introduced all the way back in Call of Duty: Black Ops and has since seen all sorts of revisions over the years in various installments.
Fast forward to 2020 and we’re seeing the location make its way to other games entirely. The Fortnite Creative mode allows players to use the tools in the game to come up with anything from their imagination.
As it turns out, several players are instead drawing inspiration from other games and bringing them into Fortnite.
Nuketown is known for its frantic and fast-paced action and it actually plays quite nicely in Epic’s battle royale title.
How to play Nuketown
This brings memories? Nuketown – Gun Game is now available in Fortnite with the code 6722-4469-6989!? The map has the same gun progression as Black Ops with the mythic gold fish instead of ballistic knife as final weapon? REALLY enjoying this!!? pic.twitter.com/ha2SDDD3vh
— JESGRAN (@jesleaks) February 3, 2020
Thanks to Fortnite player jesgran, Nuketown is completely playable and all you’ll have to do is enter the island code. This code is 6722-4469-6989 and once you put that in, you’ll be teleported to the map.
The game mode you’ll be playing is Gun Game, meaning each elimination you get on a player will automatically upgrade your weapon until you finally finish things off with the Mythic Goldfish.
Nuketown will be sure to reward players with loads of chaotic fun as they return to their old stomping grounds.
Maps from other games are created in Fortnite all the time, and we’ve even seen modes from other titles make the trip over too.
For example, Dust II, a CS:GO map, was created in Fortnite with the Search and Destroy game mode, popularized by Call of Duty.
If you’re not a fan of Nuketown, perhaps you’d enjoy another classic CoD map. Shipment from the original Modern Warfare is also completely playable in Fortnite.
Before Chapter 2 rolled around, Epic Games used to feature Creative maps on The Block, which was a location on the map. They ditched that with the latest season and it doesn’t look like there any plans to bring it back in the future.