Since its launch and then almost immediate shutdown, the Fortnite Playground status has been a constant question for many eager players. With the Playground mode giving players the ability to explore their own private island, with up to three friends and increased amounts of loot, it’s understandable why users might be disappointed and hungry for more information. Thankfully, Epic Games has been pretty transparent when it comes to updating players on the Fortnite Playground status, regularly tweeting about ongoing testing. The devs have even promised a detailed “postmortem” once the issues have been fixed.
Fortnite Playground Status: Why Is It Delayed?
Currently, the Fortnite Playground status is still “delayed.” Epic Games is keeping the community informed with regular tweets, but the team hasn’t really gone into any specifics. As mentioned above, once the issues have been fixed, the developer will be releasing information on what exactly went wrong.
We know you’re all excited to get back into Playgrounds. We’re working to get this mode back as soon as we’re able. We’ll be sure to update you when we’re ready to do so.
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) June 27, 2018
The Fortnite Playground status was presumably deemed stable and ready for release during internal testing. However, once it was unleashed to the masses, something clearly went wrong, forcing Epic Games to pull it.
Fortnite Playground Status: When Will Private Match Come Back?
As confirmed by Epic Games in a recent tweet, the Fortnite Playground status is “delayed” with no ETA given. It’s unclear when the new mode will return.
We wish we could give you an ETA, but all we can say at the moment is our continued goal is to release this as soon as we’re able.
We’ll provide more updates tomorrow morning as more information becomes available.
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) June 29, 2018
I’d recommend keeping an eye on the @FortniteGame Twitter account for all of the latest updates. We’ll also be covering any developments, so stay tuned to GameRevolution, too!