Epic Games is set to release its Unreal Editor for Fortnite on March 22. This allows players to make far-reaching changes to the game and publish them as mods. This is in addition to the existing, but relatively limited Creative Mode.
According to the product page for the tools, they allow tinkering with models, materials, meshes, textures, animations, audio, effects, and more. If desired, the code of the game, written in Verse, can also be modified. The page also mentions that this is still a beta, but it is not clear whether Epic is referring to a pre-release version of the editor, or also to the editor as it appears on the page. the announced release date of March 22 should look like. The existing Creative Fashion is relatively limited by comparison and therefore more aimed at less technical, perhaps younger players.
So far, Epic Games has only shared two screenshots of the editor.
The tool is only available for PCs. Epic intends to during a presentation to reveal more about the editor at the upcoming Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Fortnite is a popular game that consists of a Battle Royale element and a cooperative tower defense game. When people talk about Fortnite, they usually talk about the Battle Royale. This game mode has had many different seasons of content, with a lot of influence on how the game looks and plays. The game has had crossovers with Marvel Comics, Star Wars, the NFL, John Wick, Borderlands, DC Comics, God of War, The Walking Dead, and more. Sometimes events also take place in the game world, such as a trailer premiere, the impact of a meteorite or a black hole that consumes the entire game. The game has been on the market since 2017 and is currently available for Windows, macOS, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Switch, Android and iOS.
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