The release of a major Fortnite creative update has been postponed until March

The release of a major Fortnite creative update has been postponed until March ...

Epic Games' CEO Tim Sweeney has announced that the release of Fortnite's creative mode will be released in March.

Sweeney recently confirmed that these intentions would not be realized until January 2023. Despite this, a more precise release date for the project has not yet been announced.

The creative mode in Fortnite allows users to create not only new worlds inside it, but also their own games, as well as individual rules. In addition, those who wish may view other members' creations.

Back in December 2018, the game included a revamped editor, enhanced customization options (creating your own hero model) and greater control over NPCs.

Isaac Clarke from Dead Space was recently featured in Fortnite — in preparation for the release of the remake, which is scheduled for January 27 on PC, Xbox Series, and PS5.

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