This page contains the best Fortnite Creative island codes we can find. Creative allows creators to post their island codes for everyone to enjoy and play. This page will list some of the coolest creations along with their Fortnight island codes. For other questions and helpful guides, check out our Fortnite Creative hub page.
If you need help entering an island code, make sure to check out our how to edit island codes in Fortnite Creative mode page. Codes are currently only being sent to certain creators by Epic themselves. If there are any cool creations we missed, make sure to shout them out in the comments!
Faaaaaaancy! This delicately crafted labyrinth is a beauty to explore but it also serves as a great deathmatch map and hide and seek location.
Grab an ATK and make it to the end of the race track! Multiple lanes encourage you to race against friends!
Chateau Guillard DM
It’s the Chateau Guillard map from Overwatch remade in Fortnite! The creator’s rules ask players to only pick up items near the spawn point and to not climb on the roof.
This winter themed marketplace is filled with buildings and Christmas decorations. The out building surrounding the town keeps the action contained inside.
It’s an outlet mall with six stores, two restaurants, and a food court. The area is surrounded by apartment buildings keeping the action contained to the center of the map.
Mega Wall Wars
A massive arena where each player loots in one of the eight separated biomes for two minutes, then watch as the walls come crumbling down, revealing the open arena. Last one standing wins!
A town centered around a broken bridge that looks like it was ripped by Godzilla from both sides. Features a player spawn and item spawn area for multiplayer matches.
Kingdom of stone Parkour
Can you make it to the end of this parkour challenge map? Tight jumps and precise movement is required to make it past all ten levels!
It’s quiet, it’s creepy, and it’s definitely well made. A cool area to explore but works just as well for fighting with friends.
The Door Maze
You’ll need the Scoreboard emote for this one to function properly! Run through the maze before reaching the Christmas town where the fight begins!
After launching into the maze, use the Scoreboard emote to determine the door number you run through. Pick up your loot and after ten rounds, head for the town!
PUMP IT! Shotgun Arena
Imagine Lucky Landing but so much prettier. A tall temple overlooks the small town and a frozen river weaves through the boardwalks.
It’s the original Rainbow Road from Super Mario Kart on the SNES! A faithful recreation complete with Thwomps (watch out for the traps!) and speed boosts!
Megatrack Survival Race
An ultra racetrack where the goal is to survive. It’s huge so you’re going to have to let it load for a bit!
An incredibly detailed snow lodge on the side of the mountain. Don’t be fooled, there’s nothing inside!
Another maze! The goal is to escape but you won’t do it without getting through the confusing paths, hidden traps, and ice pads.
Jump and Run
An obstacle course with a focus on jumping from platform to platform. Fall off and you’ll be hit with a trap!
Hide & Seek Map
Another hide and seek map. Make sure to hit the timer to start a 15 minute countdown instead of starting a game through the menu.
The Cube V3.4
Once you spawn inside the cube, make sure to start the game in your My Island settings to activate the traps and remove any editing abilities. Your goal is to escape the massive cube by running through obstacles, using speed boosts and bounce pads to reach new heights, and avoiding those dead end traps. More info, including a video walkthrough, here.
A gorgeous mountaintop temple. Players start at the base and make their way up the majestic path until they reach the peaceful sanctuary. At least until the fighting begins, player spawn points at the top of the mountain allow players to quickly get back into the action.
Everything you’d fine inside a prison including watchtowers, inmate cells, a cafeteria, basketball courts, and employee areas. More info here.
Listen up Epic, we really loved the old prison! Here’s another take on the jail setting.
Code: 2320-5863-3485 (FFA Version)
Another small town with an added focus on flying. The FFA version doesn’t feature building or environmental destruction. More info here.
By TTN Bludrive
A quaint little town with a clock tower, several shops, and an underground tunnel system. A great map for a few rounds of deathmatch. More info here
The Dragod’s Metropolis
This one is going to take some time to load. A giant sprawling city with walls as high as they can possibly go.
Miss the old factories near Dusty? Maybe this larger scale factory town is something up your alley.
CallMeCypher’s FFA Snipes
A neat indoor map made specifically for a sniper battle. Players start in a room with two chests featuring snipers and mobility items, then leave to enter the main arena. Lots of places to take cover along with speed ramps, bounce pads, and ice tiles.
A fun minigame challenge room where one team plays as snipers as the other team simply plays as runners trying to get from point A to point B. Make it to the end to win!
A small abandoned town with unfinished buildings and overgrown warehouses. A nice map for multiplayer round of deathmatch or hide and seek. More info here
A Christmas store with a big tree, a library, a Santa meeting room, a toy building warehouse, and an underground toy storage.
A bomberman inspired stage where players start with dynamite as they run through a maze trying to blow other players into bits.
A recreation of Dust II from the Counter-Strike series. It stays pretty faithful to the original, a nice pick for team based deathmatches.
Another take on a classic level, this time for Nuketown from the Call of Duty series!
So many memories. Relive Lockout from the Halo series with this recreation.
It’s a giant mechanical dragon llama. What’s not to like!
A small and frantic indoor map with plenty of mobility, areas for cover, and a decent amount of vertical movement. More info here.
A town beneath along a highway. There aren’t too many open areas so expect close quarter fights! More info here.
It’s not outright haunted or spooky, but this quiet town features buildings and restaurants without a trace of a human soul.
It’s a battle royale in a smaller format. The instructions for this game: Drop on a podium, set timer, wait for sound, last person alive wins! Once you die go to T-pose tower and wait. Last person alive wins!
Another deathmatch map set in a town. This one has houses on the cliff!
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