Epic Games have already started setting goals for themselves as well as the Fortnite community, where the latter was encouraged to go back to what first made Fortnite Creative popular.
"2021 is looking like a great year for the Creative community. We’ve already seen new games and genres break into the top charts while many classics stay strong and popular. But now, we're going way back to what was hot and trendy when Creative originally released: puzzles and platforming", the dev wrote.
So, fans of Deathrun, Puzzle or Adventure games are getting their chance to shine, as Epic invited them to submit either of the three in the Creative Featured Content form.
Fortnite Creative players who think their islands have a shot at becoming the Featured Island in the Creative Hub must submit their masterpieces before March 2, 2021.
Of course, it also has to comply with Creative featured content guidelines, and it goes without saying that it has to be their original Fortnite work.
"For this particular callout, we’re encouraging all creators to set their game in exciting and adventurous locations, like a snowtop retreat, island ruins, or creepy caves. If your game is fun, imaginative, and fits the genre requirements described above, it could be selected as a Featured Island in the Creative Hub", Epic said.
Fortnite Creative has been responsible for the explosion of creativity in the community, and Epic are obviously keen to keep it going. They even provided a few gorgeous examples of work done by other players, which you can use for inspiration.
We had to single out THE CRYSTALS OF GEFILDE (Adventure) - 1861-9555-5798 by Dummblond, because we couldn't stop staring at it.
You can find the announcement here .