New Fortnite Creative map 'Liferun' to debut at PAX South
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A new, innovative Fortnite Creative Mode map will make its debut at PAX South next weekend. Named ‘Liferun’, the new map focuses on Red Cross workers who attempt to save other players while racing against the clock. Reportedly, there are four different missions that the Red Cross workers can complete. Also in the mode is a helicopter, though it’s not known if players can fly it or not. Three content creators will be the first to play the new map at PAX South on Jan. 19 at 10:00 a.m. PT.

Fortnite Creative map Liferun releasing at PAX South

Usually, Fortnite is all about eliminating other players. However, Liferun flips the script and makes it so you need to save lives instead. It’s a neat concept that should only add to the amazing lineup of current Fortnite Creative maps. Here’s the quick press release detailing how Liferun will work:

“International Red Cross heroes racing across the globe in four real-life missions to save lives instead of take them.”

As stated, three content creators will take to the PAX Arena Stage next week and debut Liferun for the first time. Those creators include Ben “DrLupo” Lupo, Lachlan “Lachlan” Power, and Julie “ONE_shot_GURL”. It’s unknown if other creators will join them in-game or not.

Fortnite Creative Liferun map

Liferun, aside from saving players, will feature some past Fortnite items, like the Hoverboard. While this is great for Creative Mode, many players are asking why more modes like this can’t be introduced into Fortnite. Limited Time Modes of this nature usually go over extremely well, making fans wonder why Epic Games doesn’t release more.

Regardless, Liferun looks like a great time with a fresh take on Fortnite. Fans should expect the map to be playable after PAX South debuts it to the world.

What do you think of Liferun? Let us know, and keep up with Daily Esports for all your Fortnite coverage.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.