Fortnite Updates 2023: From First Person Mode to Creative 2.0, Here Are the Top New Potential Updates That Are Beyond Crazy

Published 01/15/2023, 9:50 AM EST

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In the world of online Battle Royale games, one of the most influential and popular games is Fortnite. Fortnite undoubtedly had a massive significance in the development of the genre. But not only the gaming culture, the hip style of the game and elements heavily influenced the modern internet spheres, especially the meme culture. 

The game has gone through a lot of changes in recent years. Some were praised and others were criticized, but in the end, Fortnite still maintained its relevance. And as the new year rolls in, some brand new additions may be added to the game. Here are some potential new updates for the game. 

Potential new updates coming to Fortnite in 2023


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First-person mode: Fans have desperately requested this feature for a long time, but there hasn’t been much assurance from the developers. Recently, a community member was successful in getting into the game file and reveal that there are files for a potential first-person mode. 

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Creative 2.0: It has been talked about for ages now. The new creative in the game will let player-generated content dominate the game. Much like Minecraft and ROBLOX, with the induction of Creative 2.0, the players will get many in-depth tools to make creative in-game content. 


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Dead Space Collaboration: With the release of the highly anticipated first-person Horror game Dead Space 2 and the Dead Space Remake set to come out this year, it is easy to say that there may be some new skins or content inspired by the games. 

Return to iOS: With the recent teases from the developers, it can be expected that Fortnite may make its return to iOS this year. After a long and convoluted legal battle, Epic Games may finally get to bring their game back to the Apple app store again.

Kid Laroi concerts: One of the most epic parts of Fortnite is its amazing live in-game concerts. Unfortunately, in 2022, there weren’t any concerts held by Epic. Most likely to compensate for this, there is a new concert set to be held very soon, featuring the Australian rapper Kid Laroi


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What do you think about these potential new updates for the game? Let us know in the comments below!


Written by:

Rituraj Halder


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Rituraj Halder is an eSports writer at Essentially sports. Residing from Kolkata, India, he holds a graduate degree in world literature. With 500+ hours in League of Legends, Rituraj claims to be a MOBA veteran.
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Jito Tenson