Each Playground match lasts for one hour, and the storm circle won't begin closing in on the map until 55 minutes have passed.More news: Epic Relaunches Fortnite’s Playground LTM
Playground is the less-competitive mode built for fun, allowing players to build some truly impressive creations on the map.
There's no firm date for Playground's return, but given that the mode's only been online for a few days so far, we're hoping we won't have to wait too long.More news: Brazil star ruled out for rest of World Cup
"The Playground LTM represents our first step into what a full creative mode looks like in Fortnite".
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After suffering some critical issues that resulted in the mode being shut down and then delayed, the Fortnite Playground mode finally launched and it's the best thing ever... Unfortunately, Epic stopped short of revealing when this new version of Playground will make its way to the popular battle royale game. After all, such a game mode could appeal to gamers that otherwise haven't bothered with Fortnite, including the millions of Minecraft fans that are interested in building, but maybe find the shooting aspect less appealing. "And remember, you will have until the release of v5.0 to access your Playground LTM replays". Additionally, more loot is available to pilfer, allowing players to test their skills and explore gameplay possibilities without the pressure of enemy combatants.