Fortnite Players Recreate Call Of Duty’s Nuketown Map (VIDEO)
Having launched new Limited Time Mode called Playground this past week, Fortnite opened up the floodgates for a myriad of creative opportunities that players are eager to take advantage of. With this newfound power of creation, a few fans have chosen to initiate an inter-franchise crossover of sorts, bringing in a fan-favorite location from the Call of Duty series into Fortnite.
The classic Call of Duty: Black Ops locale of Nuketown makes its debut in the battle royale madness of Fortnite. As seen in the accompanying video below, the wood-constructed map isn’t much to look at, but serves as a pretty spot-on recreation of the original. The two-story dueling houses, the “vehicles” parked out front, as well as various surrounding structures are all present, allowing for all sorts of mash-up mayhem to take place.
With all this unmissable Call of Duty fun dropping into Fortnite, it’s likely that recent news regarding the popular multiplayer shooter may have slipped through players’ fingers. There’s new cosmetic items celebrating the freedom-ringing, bald eagle saluting occasion of Independence Day, a new “Blockbuster” contest has begun, and a leak has foretold the arrival of a mysterious “Leviathan.” Fortnite is available for iOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
What do you think? Are you logging into Fortnite immediately after learning about his Call of Duty crossover, or will you be more excited when someone recreates Black Ops‘ Summit map instead? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more cool fan creations, check out these next few news stories:
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