United States.- Unreal Publisher is a planned update for the creative mode of fortnite. The mechanic will eventually be a welcome way for players to use advanced creation tools to enhance custom levels in the game’s build mode; Nevertheless, Epic Games now it has delayed the update. Originally slated to release sometime in January, the addition is being pushed back, which means players hoping to use Unreal Engine will be twirling their thumbs a bit longer.
Epic Games shared the news on Twitter, where he CEO and founder of the company, Tim Sweeney, chimed in to mention that the team is now targeting March as the release date for the feature. Unfortunately, the news isn’t more concrete, which means fans will have to wait for more information. That being said, it might make sense that this delay pushes Unreal Editor to launch alongside Fortnite. Chapter 4 Season 2 March 11th.
The long-awaited Unreal Editor will allow players to use the engine to create their own game types and maps in Fortnite. More specifically, the publisher will grant players access to create “advanced experiences” in build mode. Also known as Creative 2.0, the game development software would overhaul Fortnite’s creative mode by allowing players to edit using Unreal Engine 5.1.
Assuming there are no further delays, we should finally see the Unreal Editor for Fortnite launch in just over a week!
Fortnite Creative offers numerous ways for players to create their own unique maps and game modes. The tool has been a part of the battle royale game since 2018. Since then, Epic Games has been looking to update the game type by adding Unreal Editor.
Fornite received the update to Unreal Engine 5.1 along with the Chapter 4 update that was released in December. Along with that update, players have a lot to do while they wait for Unreal Engine 5 to hit creative mode. That includes everything from dressing like isaac clarke de Dead Space until you get onl Battle Bus beside Kid Laroi.