Looking for the best Fortnite Creative codes, maps, and games to play alone or with your friends? Fortnite has come a long way in less than two years, transforming Fortnite from a PvE experience to a battle royale game, and now a gaming platform where players can construct their dream mini games.
Taking a leaf out of Mojang’s book with Minecraft, the new Creative mode in Fortnite gives players the ability to create almost anything they can imagine, from parkour challenges and vehicle races, to classic deathmatches and even art installations.
In Fortnite Creative mode, players have access to prefab buildings, assets and gameplay items from the battle royale map, as well as a few brand new items, materials, and mechanics to ensure various game modes work. Fortnite Creative mode is an outstanding effort for the initial release and creators have already made some incredible maps and games for you to try out if you’re not interested in spending several hundred hours on your own masterpiece. Check out our Fortnite Creative mode guide if you need help building.
These creations can be accessed via Fortnite Creative codes, which are 12-digit Island codes you can use to jump straight into another player’s Creative island. These have not yet been released for all players to use, but if Epic Games sees and likes your creation, they can provide you with a Creative code so you can share it with the world. We’ve played as many of these games and maps as possible in order to bring you the best Fortnite creative codes.
We’ve divided our list of Creative codes up into categories to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for:
Dust II – 5253-4025-7629
What better way to start off this list of the best Fortnite Creative codes than with the highest upvoted post from the Fortnite Creative subreddit? Creator Various Purple has taken everyone’s favourite – not to mention the most iconic – map from Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dust II, and made it in Fortnite Creative mode. It can often be tricky to accurately judge the spacing when you’re remaking maps from other games, but VariousPurple has done a stellar job; Dust II is true to the source. Load this up with some friends and face-off in a game of team deathmatch.
Nuketown Reimagined – 2012-6281-8095
Sure Nuketown doesn’t quite feel the same when you can build a bigger structure than either house in a couple of seconds, but if you can convince your mates not to build then this is great map for some shootouts.
Mystery Market – 7693-3640-8910
IdiotsPlayGames’ Reddit alias must be ironic, because their Mystery Market original creation is a work of genius. Boasting the Tilted Towers clock tower at its centre, this map is densely packed with numerous shops and greenery. Beneath the unassuming exterior you can find multiple secret passageways that navigate directly underneath the quaint market village, along with incredible attention to detail. If this Fortnite Creative code got featured on The Block, it would quickly become one of the most popular locations on the map. This Creative map has been designed for free for all games or simple team elimination games.
Sky Snipes – 1743-2048-4798
The creator of this Fortnite Creative map has turned the feature video for his neat free-for-all island into a mini-montage that showcases some impressive snipes and no-scopes. The map itself consists of multiple floating islands, kind of like an asteroid field, and players must use Grapplers and Bouncers to fly around the map (with some help from a low gravity modifier), and eliminate each other with Hunting Rifles. Perfect for two to four players, Sky Snipes is a gorgeous and original creation, but more importantly it’s a lot of fun.
Risky Runways – 5542-7687-4547
The main feature of Risky Runways is a small, open airfield with bold colours for callouts and multiple floors to help spread out the action in team elimination modes. There are also a couple of houses to one side and a picnic area in the centre, along with two planes and a few Quadcrashers by the spawn area. This Creative code offers varied, large-scale battles for teams, and utter carnage if you prefer Fortnite FFA modes.
Shady Station – 3457-5326-8252
Shady Station is another creation with a great showcase video, and this time it actually explains the creators’ thought process behind their submission for The Block. “We went into it trying to create a rundown sort of place, because most Fortnite locations are very clean,” they explain in the video text. They’ve definitely achieved that; there are three major landmarks in Shady Station, and each one looks like an abandoned industrial structure.
The bus station is a highlight thanks to the numerous piles of tyres that you can use to gain a rapid height advantage on opponents. If you prefer close-quarters combat then you’ll want to visit the apartment complex where you can stalk your prey through eight apartments, a penthouse suite, and a laundry room.
MW2 Terminal Remake – 6412-7533-9638
Another map recreation, and this time it’s Terminal from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Easily one of the best maps in the game and a fan favourite for anyone who played thanks to its long sightlines. The huge passenger plane is the only element of the original map that looks a bit awkward in Fortnite form, but it still serves its purpose for skilled snipers. It’s a faithful remake and has been cleverly tuned for FFA modes.
Twisted Temple – 1217-3985-3745
Simple but gorgeous, this densely packed temple-themed deathmatch arena boasts plenty of space for vertical play. With plenty of loot spawns and too many angles to possibly watch this is a great Fortnite FFA map.
Bounce Pad Deathmatch – 8792-1332-7866
Bold colours make it easy to spot enemies in this deathmatch arena, which is handy as they’ll likely be soaring across your screen thanks to the high volume of bounce pads dotted around this space. If you’re not one for twitchy gameplay then don’t worry, while it looks like this map is just one giant bouncy castle, each bouncepad has been strategically placed so that you can only chain them together a couple of times before you run out of momentum.
Warp Up Course – 5618-2963-5299
This advanced warm up course by OfficialCanDook is perfect for experienced players who want to practice their speedy editing and building maneuvers. It features a number of different corridors and vertical inclines that you need to edit to get through, along with a timer at the start of the map for ten minutes. We only managed to complete it in about six minutes – it’s tough, but it’s a great way to improve your building and editing speed so you can move more confidently in real matches.
Mongraals £400 Comp – 0643-0361-6954
If you’re really confident in your building skills then you can enter this player-made contest. Your building and editing skills need to be at least average to get through this challenge in the allotted ten minutes, never mind the three minute times being recorded by some of the best Fortnite players. This is a great way to warm up in Fortnite and will help you dominate build battles.
Warm Up Course – 6561-6398-2653
This simpler Fortnite edit course gives you an opportunity to flex all of your various skills in one run: building, editing, shooting, jumping, and more. It’s Not quite as intense as some of the other edit or warm up courses in here, but it’s great for a general practice session.
Deathruns are another great way of practicing your Fortnite skills, and the added threat of instant, progress-resetting death will help you hone your reflexes. CizzorzDeathRun Challenge has been doing the rounds on YouTube for a while now and is about as formidable as they come – don’t expect to finish this in your first hundred attempts. Not all of the challenges in this course will help in-game, but mechanical skills can always be improved and this is a hell of a way to do it.
EXPLORER – 6224-0839-9043
More of an obstacle course than a time trial or edit course, Explorer smartly chains together different types of traversal, traps, and obstacles to create a run that keeps you guessing every step of the way.
Snipers vs Runners – 7352-4203-8482
The second map from IdiotsPlayGames, this Fortnite Creative mini game requires at least two players. The concept is simple: one player runs a serpentine course while the other player tries to snipe them before they reach the end. It’s a concept we’ve seen before in games like Halo and Garry’s Mod, but this time it’s in Fortnite. This can be a fantastic way to practice your sniping, too, as a lot of Fortnite players struggle to land sniper shots on moving targets.
Temple Run – 5001-0003-6492
Another parkour course that’s proved very popular on YouTube, this Temple Run-inspired Fortnite map has players lob a dynamite at the start of the run to start the chain collapse and then run away from it as fast as possible, leaping across near-impossible gaps and dodging traps the whole way. It’s tough and packed with inventive obstacles that will put you through your paces.
There’s some clever engineering work to ensure the course collapses at a manageable pace, too, but you’ll probably die if you take a second to investigate any further.
As with most of these builds and recreations, there’s currently no code for this Helms Deep recreation. Fortunately then, creator MakaMakes has made an awesome timelapse of this Fortnite LOTR build that shows how it was made, not to mention how well detailed their replica is.
Possibly our favourite build of the entire list, YouTuber AntiPro has built the entire Dunder Mifflin office block in Fortnite. If you’re unfamiliar with Dunder Mifflin, they are the people person’s paper people from The Office US sitcom. They sell paper. The video starts off with the exterior parking lot, then heads inside to show every inch of this detailed replica. From reception and Jim’s desk, to Michael’s office and the meeting room, AntiPro has even managed to squeeze in the canteen and the annex at the back of the office. They didn’t forget about the warehouse either, clearly showing the foreman’s office and the famous basketball hoops.
Sadly, there is not a code for this creation, but the YouTube video does an excellent job of showing us around.
Epic bridge – 9795-3537-9919
Taking some inspiration from the covered bridge at Hogwarts Castle, this Epic bridge build is grandiose and foreboding in equal measure. It’s not just a pretty backdrop either, head to the bridge and you can admire vaulted ceilings in each tower and a handsome village on one side. It may not be set up for deathmatches, but a battle for control of the bridge would be incredible.
THPS Warehouse – 1654-0324-7788
Thanks to the addition of the Hoverboard to Fortnite, we’re starting to see Fortnite Creative codes that emulate classic skater games from the late ’90s. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is the inspiration for this creation, and while it may not offer much in terms of multiplayer potential, it’s worth checking out for the nostalgia trip alone.
Rifty’s Race – 1330-3984-1519
You know pretty soon after booting this map up that you’re in for a treat thanks to the massive ramp you have to race your ATK up, which promises a huge jump and an aerial melee as you and your friends battle for first place. This is a much easier ATK race course map than some other Fortnite Creative codes, but ultimately that means more space to showcase your powersliding prowess.
ATK Darts – 8702-3766-0944
Sure, it’s not a race per se, but it is a great integration of vehicles into Fortnite Creative mode. The aim is simple, try to land your ATK as close to the bullseye as possible, trying variations of powerslides to build up speed and ensuring your aim is perfect as you soar off the ramp. This is a great casual contest to play with friends.
Megatrack Survival Race – 4565-3085-7481
This race track in Fortnite is the polar opposite to Rifty’s Race, it’s packed with deadly traps, tricky jumps, and obstacles you won’t spot until it’s too late. If you love watching your pals suffer as an unseen bounce pad launches them off the map, then this is the Fortnite racing map for you.
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Almost everything featured here is playable in Fortnite’s new Creative mode. If you want to have a shot at creating something yourself, make sure you use our Fortnite Creative mode guide for help. Who knows, maybe you’ll be the next person to have a creation featured on The Block?