It's a test: Epic was clear that Playground is not only a restricted time mode like some of other ones we have seen recently. It is the first moments of viewing what a full-scale creative manner might look like in the future, one that may well have more customization options, the capability for larger squads or who knows what else. The group is making no guarantees, obviously, but inventive manager Donald Mustard describes Playground as"the first toe dip" into what he hopes will be among the coolest aspects of Fortnite going forward.

So who knows? Fortnite operates on an accelerated timetable, so perhaps we'll see a creative mode by the end of the summer. Or perhaps Epic will unveil it less a complete third game choice next to rescue the World and Battle Royale, conserving it for the first anniversary of Battle Royale's release. We'll see.

English participant sees FIFA World Cup target with'Fortnite' dance

Fortnite is practically everywhere these days, getting not just the biggest video game at this particular instant, but also a cultural phenomenon that has made its way into nearly every aspect of our lives. That extends to the FIFA World Cup, as one of England's players apparently paid tribute to the match after scoring a goal.

After scoring the goal, Alli did a little dance that to be"ride the pony," a favorite emote in Fortnite. The dancing was quite brief, but it had the characteristic head fold.

There is, however, some disagreement over whether Alli really paid tribute to Fortnite together with the dance. Many fans are convinced he was really mimicking a dance made famous by controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9nine, that could be significantly less fun.