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Lego Fortnite Adds New Game Modes Beyond Survival-Crafting

Sail the seas with pirates and face hundreds of obstacle courses.


Fortnite has new ways to play with Lego bricks with the debut of Lego Raft Survival and Lego Obby Fun. Available for free within the online game, these are the first of several more Lego-themed experiences throughout the year.

The so-called Lego Islands are a series of new modes created using the Unreal Editor for Fortnite (UEFN). The first, Lego Raft Survival, has you embarking into a Lego Pirates theme. Playing with others in multiplayer, you're tasked with facing Blackbeard as you try to survive on a raft. Expect cannon shots coming your way as you collect resources to build more rafts.

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If it's been a while since you last played Fall Guys, then Lego Obby Fun might scratch the itch. It's the first official Lego-themed obstacle course on Fortnite, which will have you tackling platform sections designed by "actual Lego designers," according to a press release shared by Epic. Obby Fun has more than 300 levels, and up to nine friends can tag alongside you.

In case you're not a fan of the ongoing Lego Fortnite collaborations, there's quite a lot happening on the sidelines. Lady Gaga became part of the Fortnite canon with her own skin, spearheading Fortnite Festival's Season 2. During the final days ahead of Chapter 5 Season 2, Fortnite Rocket Racing had a significant update, while leaks are pointing to an Avatar: The Last Airbender crossover event.

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