Fortnite Creative mode was only recently added to the game in the 7.01 update, and fans are already sharing their weird and wonderful creations with the world. We’ve seen massive castles, bounce pad deathmatches, and fantastic recreations of classic maps from Halo, Modern Warfare, GTA Online, and more. One fan has taken a break from all the killing, however, to make a cool skateboard park from Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater instead.
The Warehouse level from Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is one of the series’ most straightforward and iconic levels, as it was the first level in the very first Tony Hawk game on the PS1 way back in 1999. The simple design of Warehouse made it endlessly replayable, and it reappeared in multiple games in the Tony Hawk series right up to Tony Hawk’s Underground 2.
The Fortnite Creative map is the work of YouTuber SirBongsAlot69x, who managed an excellent re-creation of the iconic Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Warehouse map. The driftboard isn’t quite as tight or precise as the skateboards you may be used to, but it’s still a lot of fun.
SirBongsAlot69x posted a playthrough of his Fortnite Creative map on YouTube. The inclusion of proper scoring for driftboard tricks within Fortnite (including Creative) allows the map to still be worthwhile, and still play like a skateboarding game – albeit a slightly more extreme, tremendously silly version.
We’ve got plenty of codes for some excellent Fortnite Creative maps right here, including Snipers Vs Runners, Halo’s Lockout, and COD4’s Shipment. If you want to try out the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Warehouse map from SirBongsAlot69x, however, the code’s 1654-0324-7788.
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The good for anyone worried about the Tony Hawk map, Epic has confirmed that the driftboard isn’t going anywhere and it’ll still be around with Fortnite version 8.00 – so go grinding to your heart’s content, for now.
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