A brand new message has appeared in Fortnite's news section confirming the time and date for the long-awaited rocket launch.
The 50v50 LTM that's replacing Final Fight will have some new guidelines compared to previous 50v50 game modes. The reason why Playground mode is so intriguing to players is because it's essentially a sandbox where you can build, explore, and practice fighting to your heart's content. Oh, and the newly-reinstated trolleys (which were removed from the game a while ago due to the fact some players were using them to glitch underneath the map) aren't going anywhere, so you can now zip away from the oncoming store with a little more speed.
"We're continuing to test our matchmaking service improvements and are still aiming to release the Playground LTM as soon as possible".
Meanwhile Epic says it is still unable to resolve issues preventing the launch of the Playground LTM. "Once we have confirmed that our testing was successful we will begin gradually rolling servers out to all regions and platforms until it's available to all players".
We can (hopefully) still expect the mode to hit today, June 29, but the issues may roll into the weekend.
If you want to be a part of Fortnite history, head to Snobby Shores on Saturday at 1:30 PM and wait patiently. "We're still testing these changes but are aiming to return this mode later today".
Fortnite made Epic Games about $95 million more in a month than the next leading free-to-play game did for its creator back in July 2017.
The other team has to take down the big Leviathan before it's too late.