Many amazing Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps are being developed. (Image via Epic Games)

7 Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps that show how powerful UEFN is

Several Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps are being developed at the moment now that Epic Games has finally made the new Creative tools publicly accessible. Since the launch of Creative 2.0 on Wednesday, March 22, many creators have already showcased their work-in-progress maps. Most of them will take weeks or months to fully develop, but they have garnered a lot of interest, which is a great sign for the future.

Interestingly, quite a few Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps are already in their final stage of development as certain creators had early access to Unreal Editor for Fortnite. Considering that the new tool has added numerous features to the game, it's no surprise that some of these maps are fantastic.


Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps showcase amazing features and incredible versatility

1) The map with BMW M3 GTR

Players can add custom assets to Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps. (Image via Epic Games)

With the release of Unreal Editor for Fortnite, creators are able to import their custom assets, including 3D models. This means that they are no longer restricted to the galleries and assets Epic Games has released to the Creative mode.


Reddit user _Ice_Wizard_ showed off his custom map with several assets that are not natively available in Fortnite. As the image shows, the creator put BMW M3 GTR, a popular car from Need for Speed: Most Wanted, onto the map. They also included Shrek, an animated fictional character.

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2) Minecraft x Fortnite

One of the Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps is inspired by Minecraft.. (Image via Epic Games)

One particular Fortnite Creative 2.0 map features a Minecraft-themed world. The creator imported a lot of custom assets from Minecraft to make this happen, releasing an unofficial Fortnite x Minecraft collaboration.

The map hasn't been released to the public yet. However, considering how detailed and meticulous it looks, the creator may choose to publish it at some point.

3) Fortnite meets Counter-Strike

Counter Strike map in Fortnite Creative 2.0 (Image via Epic Games)

Mirage is one of the most popular Counter-Strike maps of all time. Long before gamers were able to enjoy Fortnite Battle Royale, they matched up against each other in the popular first-person shooter.

The map looks incredible and is fully functional. Since Fortnite is all about building, the creator even shared a screenshot of builds on the map, which looks very unusual to anyone who has played on Mirage.

Unfortunately, it is unlikely that this Fortnite Creative 2.0 map will ever be released to the public. Porting maps and assets from other video games is allowed, but not for public maps.

4) Fortnite's OG map

Fortnite's OG map was brought back with Creative 2.0 as well. (Image via Epic Games)

Shortly after Epic Games announced the release of Unreal Editor for Fortnite, Atlas Creative teased players with the return of the game's OG map. Atlas Creative is known to develop mind-blowing maps, so it didn't come as a surprise.

The map was released on March 23 and features a 1:1 scale of the map used in Season 3 of Fortnite Battle Royale. It can be played in the Creative mode, and its map code is 2179-7822-3395.


Unfortunately, Atlas Creative ran into several issues while publishing this Fortnite Creative 2.0 map. The total memory size of the map exceeded the limit, which is why the map creator had to remove several features and places, including the iconic prison.

The code for the new Fortnite Creative 2.0 map. (Image via Epic Games

This is emerging as a big issue at the moment, and Epic Games will hopefully do something about it. Despite its bugs, the OG map is still very fun to play, and the classic loot makes the experience even more interesting.

Atlas Creative will continue to develop and improve the map as the Unreal Editor for Fortnite expands. Unfortunately, players will have to put up with some bugs and glitches while the Creative 2.0 map is in its early stages.

Fortnite players are usually very nostalgic, and it's just a matter of time before someone recreates other iconic maps of the past, including the first-ever map that was active before Season 2.

5) Shrek with a custom animation


Adding custom assets will make Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps look unique. However, some creators have taken this a step further by adding custom animations.

Reddit user matheuscsg08 posted a video of Shrek dancing. While Shrek was added to the Creative map as a custom 3D asset, the creator also had to add a custom animation. This is a complicated process, and assigning animations to objects takes a lot of skill. Hence, it is very impressive that some creators have already managed to do so.

6) Fortnite x Mario Kart

Nintendo still hasn't collaborated with Epic Games, and one has to wonder if we will ever get iconic gaming characters like Mario or Link in Fortnite. However, unofficial collaborations are possible now, thanks to the Unreal Editor.

Lucas7Yoshi, a popular leaker, designed his own Fortnite Creative 2.0 map. The creator designed Toad Harbor from Mario Kart, showing off the impressive course in-game. Unfortunately, this is another map that will never be published due to copyright rules. That said, it looks incredible.

7) Call of Duty in Fortnite

This Fortnite Creative 2.0 map brings Call of Duty's domination mode. (Image via Epic Games)

Shortly after the Unreal Editor for Fortnite was released, Epic Games released several maps that showed off its potential. Deserted: Domination is one of the first Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps that could be played.

As the name suggests, the map brings Call of Duty's Domination game mode to Fortnite. It's all about taking control of different checkpoints and earning a higher score than the opposing team.

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In addition to its amazing gameplay mechanics, what makes this map unique is its special filter. While it isn't a game-changing feature, it's great that players will be able to apply special filters to their Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps. Created by Epic Games, the map features several classes that players can select, from assault to sniper.

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