Third Fortnite season 7 trailer posted to Twitter

Thursday, 06 Dec, 2018

This is known as 'Fortnite Creative mode', it appears the YouTuber could have leaked this early by mistake.

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The image below, released by Epic, shows how revenue is divided on Steam and the Epic Games Store.

Today, Epic announced their new platform for selling games on PC and Mac.

Fortnite Creative launches for everyone on Dec. 13, but if you're interested in early access buy a Battle Pass for Season 7, which will let you try it out starting Friday, Dec. 6.

While Valve charges a flat-rate commission of 30 per cent on games and applications sold via its Steam platform, the Epic Games Store promises to take a commission of just 12 per cent.

Third Fortnite season 7 trailer posted to Twitter
Third Fortnite season 7 trailer posted to Twitter

Lachlan's video which detailed the entire mode has since been pulled, but not before the entire internet grabbed screenshots and video mirrors (thanks, FortniteIntel).

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Fortnite is getting a new mode called Creative Mode.

And in the case of both posters, we can assume that the figures who are showing will be some form of skin for the games upcoming Season 7 Battle Pass.

Interestingly enough, this news comes just days after Valve announced they were reducing the cut it takes from some games. Also, you can save and load your creations between play sessions - a big improvement for folks who liked making up their own games in Playground but had to rebuild everything every time. We also expect to find out more about season seven itself. Multiple island maps to build on, a sack of building blocks, options to set up custom game modes and all the spawn points, weapon placements and vehicles you need to spice up a game. "It's all happening on your own private island where everything you make is saved", writes Epic in a recent blog post.

Back in September, Epic reported that Fortnite has around 78.3 million active users, with a peak concurrent player count of 8.3 million.