Fortnite's new Creative mode is Epic's answer to Minecraft

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Season 7 Battle Pass owners will have access to their own private island for the first week of Season 7. However, from December 13, all Fortnite players gain the ability to access a private island and start creating for themselves. It will also be interesting to see if the company borrows from the community's ideas-or perhaps even copies them outright-in more official Fortnite modes. Players who purchase the Battle Pass will have access to a private island before the universal launch on December 13.

The exact details of what players can expect from the game's next patch haven't been revealed yet, but we're starting to get a better picture of what could be in store.

Fortnite is available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

The new mode that's set to be part of the game's seventh season, is focused on creativity as opposed to battling.

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That mode allows players to wander around the island on their lonesome to experiment with new guns, building techniques, and other mechanics without having to worry about someone else sniping them from across the map. Present are most of the weapons, vehicles and consumables from the Battle Royale game, as well as brand new items for maximum creativity. Like past Fortnite Seasons, Fortnite Season 7 will bring with it new gear, challenges, and of course, changes to the game's map.

While Creative sounds a lot like the already available Playground mode, its biggest difference is the blank canvas that is your private island.

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