Island Settings are a range of settings in Fortnite: Creative that alter the gameplay of your creative map/Island at game start. Below are a list of all island settings in this gamemode.

My Island

My Island is a range of settings that change the overall gameplay of your island.

Game

Setting Options Action Default Option
Voice Chat Team, All, None Determines whether voice chat should be allowed within teams, between all players, or not at all. Team
Max Players 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Maximum number of players allowed into the game. 16
Teams 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 16, Custom, Free For All, Cooperative Determines how many teams players will be divided into. Free For All
Team Size 1, 2, 3, 4, Split Evenly, Dynamic Number of players per team. Dynamic
Matchmaking Type Flexible Teams, Off Determines the type of matchmaking used for this island. Off
Default Class Identifier None, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Determines the default class for players at game start if their class is reset. None
Revert To Default Class At Player Eliminated, End Of Round, End Of Game Determines whether a player's class should be reset to their default. End Of Game
Spawn Limit Infinite, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Determines the number of times a player can spawn into the game, including the initial spawn at game start. Infinite
After Last Spawn To Go Spectator, Team 1, Team 2, Team 3, Team 4, Team 5, Team 6, Team 7, Team 8, Team 9, Team 10, Team 11, Team 12, Team 13, Team 14, Team 15, Team 16 Specifies the team a player will move to when they use all of their spawns. Can be used to create infection style games. Spectator
Total Rounds 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100 Determines the number of rounds to play before the game ends. 1
Team Rotation Disabled, Every Round, Every Other Round, Every 3rd Round, Every 4th Round, Every 5th Round, Every 6th Round, Every 7th Round, Every 8th Round, Every 9th Round, Every 10th Round, Every 20th Round, Every 40th Round, Every 60th Round Determines how frequently teams should be rotated. Not supported when 3 or more teams are asymetric or when teams are set to cooperative. Disabled
End Game On Match Point Win No, Yes Causes the game to end when one player or team has won enough rounds that they can no longer be beaten. No
Team Visuals Determined At Round Start, Game Start Determines whether team names and colors change each round or stay as they are at game start. Round Start
Time Limit None, 1 Minute, 2 Minutes, 3 Minutes, 4 Minutes, 5 Minutes, 6 Minutes, 7 Minutes, 8 Minutes, 9 Minutes, 10 Minutes, 12 Minutes, 15 Minutes, 20 Minutes, 30 Minutes, 45 Minutes, 60 Minutes, 90 Minutes, 120 Minutes Specifies the duration of each round, or the game itself if there is only one round. 5 Minutes
Fastest Time Win Disabled, Enabled Causes the player or team with the fastest round win time to win the match overall. Disabled
All Teams Must Finish No, Yes Determines whether all teams must complete the win conditions for the game to end. No
Win Condition Most Round Wins, Most Score Wins Determines the overall win condition for the game. Most Round Wins
Eliminations To End Off, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 Causes the round to end when a player or team has achieved the specified number of eliminations. Off
Creature Eliminations To End Off, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 Causes the round to end when a player or team has destroyed the specified number of creatures. Off
Objectives To End Off, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 Causes the round to end when a player or team has completed the specified number of objectives. Off
Collect Items To End Off, All, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000 Causes the round to end when a player or team has acquired the specified number of collectible objects. Off
Score To End Off, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 10000, 20000, 50000, 100000, 200000, 500000, 1000000, 2000000, 5000000, 10000000 Causes the round to end when a player or team has achieved the specified score. Off
Last Standing Ends Game Off, On Determines whether the game should end when there is only one player or team still alive in the match. Off
Join In Progress Spectate, Spawn, Spawn On Next Round, Spawn Team 1, Spawn Team 2, Spawn Team 3, Spawn Team 4, Spawn Team 5, Spawn Team 6, Spawn Team 7, Spawn Team 8, Spawn Team 9, Spawn Team 10, Spawn Team 11, Spawn Team 12, Spawn Team 13, Spawn Team 14, Spawn Team 15, Spawn Team 16 Specifies what to do when a player joins while a game is still in progress. Set to SPAWN if you want players to join while in progress. Spectate
Spawn Location Spawn Pads, Sky, Current Location Specifies where players will spawn when the game starts. Spawn Pads
Respawn Type Individual, Wave Changing respawn type to wave causes all players eliminated during a certain window to respawn together. Time is set via Respawn Time setting. Individual
Post-Game Spawn Location Island Start, Pre-Game Location Determines where players respawn when the game ends. Island Start
Only Allow Respawn If Spawn Pads Found No, Yes Only allow players to respawn if there is a valid spawn pad available. No
Autostart Off, Immediate, 5 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 15 Seconds, 20 Seconds, 30 Seconds, 60 Seconds, 90 Seconds Specifies whether the game will start automatically after a selected amount of time. Only applies to published islands. Off
Game Start Countdown Off, 3 Seconds, 5 Seconds, 10 Seconds Determines the length of countdown after game start or round start before players can begin acting. 3 Seconds
Vehicle Trick Score Multiplier 0.0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, 0.8, 0.9, 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7, 1.8, 1.9 Sets a multiplier to apply to vehicle trick scores. 1.0
Keep Player Built Structures Between Rounds Off, On Causes player built structures to be kept between rounds. Off
Allow Out Of Bounds On, Off Determines whether players can leave the boundaries of the island. On
Allow Spectating Other Teams Yes, No Determines whether spectating players can watch other teams. Yes
Elimination Score 0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 300, 500, 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000, 10000, -10000, -5000, -3000, -2000, -1000, -500, -300, -200, -100, -50, -30, -20, -10, -5, -3, -2, -1 Determines the amount of score awarded to a player when they eliminate another player. 0
Assist Score 0, 1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, 30, 50, 100, 200, 300, 500, 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000, 10000, -10000, -5000, -3000, -2000, -1000, -500, -300, -200, -100, -50, -30, -20, -10, -5, -3, -2, -1 Determines the amount of score awarded to a player when they assist in eliminating another player. 0
Allow Friendly Fire No, Yes Whether two players on the same team can damage each other or not. No
Player Collision On, Off Determines whether players collide with or pass through each other. On

Settings

Setting Options Action Default Option
Time Of Day Default, Random, 12:00 AM, 1:00 AM, 2:00 AM, 3:00 AM, 4:00 AM, 5:00 AM, 6:00 AM, 7:00 AM, 8:00 AM, 9:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 1:00 PM, 2:00 PM, 3:00 PM, 4:00 PM, 5:00 PM, 6:00 PM, 7:00 PM, 8:00 PM, 9:00 PM, 10:00 PM, 11:00 PM Sets the time of day on the island. DEFAULT - Uses the normal day/night cycle. Default
Camera Filter Default, Comic, Sepia, Retro, Low Exposure, Film Noir Sets an optional image filter to apply to the camera on the island. Default
Light Brightness Default, 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 60%, 70%, 80&, 90%, 100% Sets the intensity of the natural lighting on the island. Default
Light Color Default, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan Sets the color of the natural lighting on the island. Default
Fog Thickness Default, 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 60%, 70%, 80&, 90%, 100% Sets the density of fog on the island. Default
Fog Color Default, Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, Cyan Sets the color of fog on the island. Default
Starting Health Invincible, 1% Health, 50% Health, 100% Health Determines how much health a player has when they spawn. 100% Health
Max Health 1 Health, 25 Health, 50 Health, 75 Health, 100 Health, 125 Health, 150 Health, 175 Health, 200 Health 225 Health, 250 Health, 275 Health, 300 Health, 325 Health, 350 Health, 375 Health, 400 Health, 425 Health, 450 Health, 475 Health, 500 Health, 550 Health, 600 Health, 650 Health, 700 Health, 650 Health, 800 Health, 850 Health, 900 Health, 950 Health, 1000 Health, 1100 Health, 1200 Health, 1300 Health, 1400 Health, 1500 Health, 1600 Health, 1700 Health, 1800 Health, 1900 Health, 2000 Health, 2100 Health, 2200 Health, 2300 Health, 2400 Health, 2500 Health, 2600 Health, 2700 Health, 2800 Health, 2900 Health, 3000 Health, 3250 Health, 3500 Health, 3750 Health, 4000 Health, 4250 Health, 4500 Health, 4750 Health, 5000 Health, 5500 Health, 6000 Health, 6500 Health, 7000 Health, 7500 Health, 8000 Health, 8500 Health, 9000 Health, 9500 Health, 10000 Health Determines the maximum health value players can reach during the game. 100 Health
Starting Shield No Shields, 50% Shields, 100& Shields Determines the player's shield value when they spawn. No Shields
Max Shield 1 Shields, 25 Shields, 50 Shields, 75 Shields, 100 Shields, 125 Shields, 150 Shields, 175 Shields, 200 Shields 225 Shields, 250 Shields, 275 Shields, 300 Shields, 325 Shields, 350 Shields, 375 Shields, 400 Shields, 425 Shields, 450 Shields, 475 Shields, 500 Shields, 550 Shields, 600 Shields, 650 Shields, 700 Shields, 650 Shields, 800 Shields, 850 Shields, 900 Shields, 950 Shields, 1000 Shields, 1100 Shields, 1200 Shields, 1300 Shields, 1400 Shields, 1500 Shields, 1600 Shields, 1700 Shields, 1800 Shields, 1900 Shields, 2000 Shields, 2100 Shields, 2200 Shields, 2300 Shields, 2400 Shields, 2500 Shields, 2600 Shields, 2700 Shields, 2800 Shields, 2900 Shields, 3000 Shields, 3250 Shields, 3500 Shields, 3750 Shields, 4000 Shields, 4250 Shields, 4500 Shields, 4750 Shields, 5000 Shields, 5500 Shields, 6000 Shields, 6500 Shields, 7000 Shields, 7500 Shields, 8000 Shields, 8500 Shields, 9000 Shields, 9500 Shields, 10000 Shields Determines the maximum shield value players can reach during the game. 100 Shields
Infinite Ammo Off, On Determines whether players have infinite ammunition during the game. Off
Infinite Resources Off, On Determines whether players have infinite building materials during the game. On
Maximum Building Resources 0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 100, 150, 200, 300, 400, 450, 500, 750, 999, 2000, 10000, 50000, 99999 Sets the maximum amount of resources a player can carry during the game. 500
Harvest Style Creative, Battle Royale, Save The World Determines which values are used for resource gathering during the game. Creative
Harvest Multiplier 0X, 0.1X, 0.5X, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X, 10X Determines the rate at which players can harvest resources from world objects. 1X
Allow Aim Assist Yes, No Allows gamepad aim assist in the game. Yes
Allow Building All, Traps Only, No Traps, None Allows player-built objects to exist in-game. All
Allowed To Edit Default, Anyone Determines who is allowed to edit player built structures. Default
Building Can Destroy Environment Yes, No Determines whether placing a player built structure can destroy any parts of the environment that it overlaps with. Yes
Environment Damage All, Off, Player Built Only Determines whether players can damage the environment during the game. All
Structure Damage All, Self Built, Team Built, Enemy Built, Enemy And Self Built, None Sets which structures players are able to damage based on who built them during the game. All
Weapon Destruction None, 10%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%, 125%, 150%, 175%, 200%, 300%, 400%, 500%, Instant Modifies the amount of weapon damage dealt to the environment and buildings during games. 100%
Pickaxe Destruction Default, Instant, None Modifies pickaxe damage dealt to the environment and buildings. Default
PVP Pickaxe Damage On, Off Determines whether players can inflict pickaxe to each other during the game. On
Pickaxe Range Multiplier Default, Medium, Large Modifies pickaxe attack range. Default
Start With Pickaxe Yes, No Players start the game with a pickaxe. Yes
Down But Not Out Default, On, Off Determines whether players can be put into the Down But Not Out state. Default
Eliminated Player's Items Drop, Keep, Delete Determines what happens to a player's items when they are eliminated. Drop
Allow Item Drop Yes, No Determines whether players can drop items from their inventory during the game. Yes
Allow Item Pick Up Yes, No Determines whether players can pick up items during the game. Yes
Allow Pickup Pickups Yes, No, Don't Override N/A Don't Override
Allow Pickup Ammo Yes, No, Don't Override N/A Don't Override
Allow Pickup Consumables Yes, No, Don't Override N/A Don't Override
Allow Pickup Gadgets Yes, No, Don't Override N/A Don't Override
Allow Pickup Tracks Yes, No, Don't Override N/A Don't Override
Allow Pickup Weapons Yes, No, Don't Override N/A Don't Override
Allow Pickup World Resources Yes, No, Don't Override N/A Don't Override
Respawn Time 1 Second, 2 Seconds, 3 Seconds, 3 Seconds, 5 Seconds, 6 Seconds, 7 Seconds, 8 Seconds, 9 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 11 Seconds, 12 Seconds, 13 Seconds, 14 Seconds, 15 Seconds, 16 Seconds, 17 Seconds, 18 Seconds, 19 Seconds, 20 Seconds, 21 Seconds, 22 Seconds,23 Seconds, 24 Seconds, 25 Seconds, 26 Seconds, 27 Seconds, 28 Seconds, 29 Seconds, 30 Seconds Sets the amount of time players must wait after elimination before spawning back into the game. 5 Seconds
Spawn Immunity Time Default, None, 1 Second, 2 Seconds, 5 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 20 Seconds, 30 Seconds, 40 Seconds, 50 Seconds, 1 Minute, 2 Minutes, 5 Minutes, 10 Minutes Determines the period of invulnerability granted to a player when they respawn. Default
Fall Damage Off, On Determines whether players are affected by fall damage during the game. Off
Gravity Very Low, Low, Normal, High, Very High Sets the level of gravity that affects players during the game. Normal
Jump Fatigue On, Off Determines whether continuous jumping applies a penalty to jump height. On
Glider Redeploy On, Off Determines whether players can freely deploy their gliders without the use of items. On
Player Flight On, Off Determines whether players are able to fly during the game. Off
Player Flight Sprint On, Off Determines whether players can use the Sprint Key while flying to increase movement speed. On
Flight Speed 0.5X, 1.0X, 1.5X, 2.0X, 3.0X Sets a multiplier on movement speed when flying. 1.0X
Player Names & Location Team Only, Always Show, Always Hide Determines whether player names and locations can be seen by other players. Team Only
Health Granted On Elimination 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 125, 150, 175, 200, 225, 250, 275, 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 550, 600, 650, 700, 750, 800, 850, 900, 950, 1000, 10000 Specifies the amount of health that is granted to a player when they eliminate another player. 0
Wood Granted On Elimination 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 100, 250, 500, 999 Specifies the amount of wood that is granted to a player when they eliminate another player. 0
Stone Granted On Elimination 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 100, 250, 500, 999 Specifies the amount of stone that is granted to a player when they eliminate another player. 0
Metal Granted On Elimination 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 100, 250, 500, 999 Specifies the amount of metal that is granted to a player when they eliminate another player. 0
Gold Granted On Elimination 0, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 100, 250, 500, 999 Specifies the amount of gold that is granted to a player when they eliminate another player.
Self-Damage On Hit Amount 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50, 100, 250, 500, 999 Sets the amount of damage that players will deal to themselves whenever they hit something else. 0
Self-Damage On Non-Zero Damage Yes, No Determines whether the player must inflict non-zero damage to something before taking self-damage. Yes
Self-Damage Target Filter All, Non-Players, Players Only Specifies which types of target cause self-damage when hit. All
Self-Damage Weapon Filter All, Pickaxe Only, Melee Only, Ranged Only Determines which type of weapon can inflict self-damage All
Allow Manual Respawning Yes, No Determines whether players can use the Respawn menu option during the game. Yes
Show Wood Resource Count Yes, No Determines whether the amount of wood carried is shown on the player's HUD. Yes
Show Stone Resource Count Yes, No Determines whether the amount of stone carried is shown on the player's HUD. Yes
Show Metal Resource Count Yes, No Determines whether the amount of metal carried is shown on the player's HUD. Yes
Show Gold Resource Count Yes, No Determines whether the amount of gold carried is shown on the player's HUD. No
Maximum Equipment Slots Don't Override, None, 1 Slot, 2 Slots, 3 Slots, 4 Slots, 5 Slots Sets the maximum number of equipment slots for players during the game. Don't Override
Player Elimination Audio On, Off Determines whether the audio effects of a player being eliminated are played. On

UI

Setting Options Action Default Option
Timer Direction Count Down, Count Up Specifies whether the game timer should count up or down. Count Down
Game Winner Display Time Don't Show, 3 Seconds, 4 Seconds, 5 Seconds, 6 Seconds, 7 Seconds, 8 Seconds, 9 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 15 Seconds, 20 Seconds, 25 Seconds, 30 Seconds, Determines how long the overall game winner's name will be shown for at the end of the game. 3 Seconds
Game Score Display Time Don't Show, 3 Seconds, 4 Seconds, 5 Seconds, 6 Seconds, 7 Seconds, 8 Seconds, 9 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 15 Seconds, 20 Seconds, 25 Determines how long the final scoreboard will be shown for at the end of the game. 15 Seconds
Round Winner Display Time Don't Show, 3 Seconds, 4 Seconds, 5 Seconds, 6 Seconds, 7 Seconds, 8 Seconds, 9 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 15 Seconds, 20 Seconds, 25 Determines how long the round winner's name will be shown for at the end of the round. 3 Seconds
Round Score Display Time Don't Show, 3 Seconds, 4 Seconds, 5 Seconds, 6 Seconds, 7 Seconds, 8 Seconds, 9 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 15 Seconds, 20 Seconds, 25 Determines how long the scoreboard will be shown for at the end of each round. 15 Seconds
HUD Info Type None, Creature Elimination, Score, Objectives, Round Status (Only 2 Teams) Specifies which type of information is tracked in the HUD. None
Show Cumulative Stat Value On HUD Yes, No Determines whether the HUD should show information for just the current round or cumulative across all rounds. No
Show Resource Feed On Eliminations Yes, No Determines whether to show the larger resource feed when receiving resources by eliminating players. No
Scoreboard Win Condition None, Eliminations, Assists, Eliminated, Collect Items, Health, Creatures, Score, Objectives, Time, Spawns Left, Lap Time, Time Alive, Damage Dealt, Damage Taken Determines the winner of the round. Displayed in the first column of the scoreboard. None
Scoreboard Tiebreaker 1 None, Eliminations, Assists, Eliminated, Collect Items, Health, Creatures, Score, Objectives, Time, Spawns Left, Lap Time, Time Alive, Damage Dealt, Damage Taken Tiebreaker for the win condition. Displayed in the second column of the scoreboard. None
Scoreboard Tiebreaker 2 None, Eliminations, Assists, Eliminated, Collect Items, Health, Creatures, Score, Objectives, Time, Spawns Left, Lap Time, Time Alive, Damage Dealt, Damage Taken Second tiebreaker for the win condition. Displayed in the second column of the scoreboard. None
Scoreboard Tiebreaker 3 None, Eliminations, Assists, Eliminated, Collect Items, Health, Creatures, Score, Objectives, Time, Spawns Left, Lap Time, Time Alive, Damage Dealt, Damage Taken Third tiebreaker for the win condition. Displayed in the second column of the scoreboard. None
Scoreboard Tiebreaker 4 None, Eliminations, Assists, Eliminated, Collect Items, Health, Creatures, Score, Objectives, Time, Spawns Left, Lap Time, Time Alive, Damage Dealt, Damage Taken Fourth tiebreaker for the win condition. Displayed in the second column of the scoreboard. None
Map Screen Display Scoreboard, Overview Map Chooses whether to display the game scoreboard or the overview map when a player presses the Map Key. Scoreboard
Show Cumulative Scoreboard No, Yes Determines whether the scoreboard should show information just for the current round or cumulative across all rounds. No
Show Island Code Watermark On, Off Causes your game and published island code to appear in place of the compass. On
Game End Callout You Win/Lose, Placement, Cooperative Choose the callout type of the game end screen. You Win/Lose
Victory Sound Default, Accent 1, Accent 2, Accent 3, Bump 1, Bump 2, End 1, End 2, Failure 1, Failure 2, Flashback, Game Over, Magic, Mystery 1, Mystery 2, Mystery 3, Neutral, Positive, Reward 1, Reward 2, Scare 1, Scare 2, Success 1, Success 2, Success 3, Surprise 1, Surprise 2, Threat, Transition 1, Transition 2, Unlock, Wash, Halloween Alert, Halloween Bonus, Halloween Discovery, Halloween End, Halloween Lose, Halloween Mysterious, Halloween Negative, Halloween Positive, Halloween Scare 1, Halloween Scare 2, Halloween Secret, Halloween Start, Halloween Win, Halloween Bats, Halloween Ghosts, Halloween Laughs 1, Halloween Laughs 2, Halloween Singing, Dark Tilted/Gotham City sound effects What sound to play when players win the game. Also used for cooperative game end. Default
Defeat Sound Default, Accent 1, Accent 2, Accent 3, Bump 1, Bump 2, End 1, End 2, Failure 1, Failure 2, Flashback, Game Over, Magic, Mystery 1, Mystery 2, Mystery 3, Neutral, Positive, Reward 1, Reward 2, Scare 1, Scare 2, Success 1, Success 2, Success 3, Surprise 1, Surprise 2, Threat, Transition 1, Transition 2, Unlock, Wash, Halloween Alert, Halloween Bonus, Halloween Discovery, Halloween End, Halloween Lose, Halloween Mysterious, Halloween Negative, Halloween Positive, Halloween Scare 1, Halloween Scare 2, Halloween Secret, Halloween Start, Halloween Win, Halloween Bats, Halloween Ghosts, Halloween Laughs 1, Halloween Laughs 2, Halloween Singing, Dark Tilted/Gotham City sound effects What sound to play when players use the game. Default
Draw Sound Default, Accent 1, Accent 2, Accent 3, Bump 1, Bump 2, End 1, End 2, Failure 1, Failure 2, Flashback, Game Over, Magic, Mystery 1, Mystery 2, Mystery 3, Neutral, Positive, Reward 1, Reward 2, Scare 1, Scare 2, Success 1, Success 2, Success 3, Surprise 1, Surprise 2, Threat, Transition 1, Transition 2, Unlock, Wash, Halloween Alert, Halloween Bonus, Halloween Discovery, Halloween End, Halloween Lose, Halloween Mysterious, Halloween Negative, Halloween Positive, Halloween Scare 1, Halloween Scare 2, Halloween Secret, Halloween Start, Halloween Win, Halloween Bats, Halloween Ghosts, Halloween Laughs 1, Halloween Laughs 2, Halloween Singing, Dark Tilted/Gotham City sound effects What sound to play when the game ends in a tie. Default
Custom Victory Callout **enter text** Message to be displayed on victory or cooperative game end. Clear this field to restore defaults. N/A
Custom Defeat Callout **enter text** Message to be displayed in the defeat screen. Clear this field to restore defaults. N/A
Hide Elimination Feed Yes, No Allows the Elimination Feed to be hidden for all players during the game. No
Hide Party Eliminations Yes, No Allows the number of eliminations gained by party members to be hidden from the Party UI. No

Tools

Tool Description
Create Island Backup Creates a backup of the island.
Restore From Backup Loads the most recent backup.
Want To Learn How To Publish? Takes you to a page on the epic games website.
Reset Island To original state Resets the island, removing every tile except naturally generated ones.

Description

In this tab, you have the option to customize the name and description of your Island. Up to 40 characters can be used for the name, and up to 3 descriptions can be used; each having a limit of 150 characters.

The name and description will appear in-game and before game start, as well as beside your island rift in the Creative Hub.

Permissions

In this tab, you can change people's rights to perform actions in the island. If nobody has entered your island before, this option will be blank except for the Island Edit And Copy option. It shows options for every player that has ever entered your island. The "Island Edit And Copy" setting will determine whether every player will be able to edit the island or not.

Tags

Tags will appear as an option in the Description tab. Up to 4 tags may be assigned for each island. Below are a list of all tags.

Tag Name Tag Description
1v1 Games where one player plays against another player.
2v2 Games where two players play against two other people.
3v3 Games where three players play against three other people.
4v4 Games where four players play against four other people.
5v5 Games where five players play against five other people.
6v6 Games where six players play against six other people.
7v7 Games where seven players play against seven other people.
8v8 Games where eight players play against eight other people.
Action Games involving a lot of game-changing events.
Adventure Games involving a storyline.
Aim Course Games where players practice their accuracy with weapons.
Arcade Games involving multiple different small minigames.
Arena Games where different players take different turns to fight each other in a 1v1.
Artistic Games involving art.
Attack Games where players have to attack targets, other players or entities.
Base Games where players have to build a fortress in order to fight against something.
Battle Games where players battle other players or entities.
Battle Royale Games where players gather loot and fight to the death while the storm shrinks.
Board Game Games involving a large board game.
Boss Battle Games where players have to fight against a boss.
Boxfight Games where players play against each other inside a small box.
Building Games involving constructing structures.
Capture The Flag Games with two teams, the objective being to capture the other team’s flag.
Casual Games where players do not require skill.
Classes Games where players are assigned different roles with different abilities.
Co-op Games where all players have to work together.
Collection Games where players have to collect different items.
Competitive Games where all players compete against each other.
Crafting Games where players have to manually craft their own resources,
Creatures Games involving creatures
Deathrun Games where players have to get to a finishing point, avoiding multiple different traps.
Defend Games where players have to defend an object.
Difficulty: Easy Games that do not require skill.
Difficulty: Hard Games that require a lot of skill.
Difficulty: Impossible Games that require an exceptionally large amount of skill.
Difficulty: Medium Games that require a moderate amount of skill.
Difficulty: Ultra Hard Games that require a very large amount of skill.
Difficulty: Very Hard Games that require a high amount of skill.
Duo Games that involve multiple teams of 2.
Economy Games where players are in charge of an economy.
Edit Course Games where players can practice editing player-built tiles.
Educational Games that educate players.
Escape Games where players have to escape a radius.
Event Games involving a small event/recreation of an in-game live event.
Exploration Games where players explore a large map.
Explosives Games where the only available weapons are explosives.
Fashion Games where players have to find a good combination with an Outfit, Back Bling and/or Harvesting Tool.
Free For All Games where players are allowed to do as they wish.
Friendly Games where players do not have to attack each other.
Gun Fight Games where players can attack each other using weaponry.
Gun Game Games where players get upgrades with weaponry every time they get an elimination.
Hardcore Games that are exceptionally hard to play.
Heroes Games where players have to save the map from an entity.
Hide & Seek Games where hiders have to avoid seekers.
Horror Games that are designed to scare players.
Hub Designs for the Creative Hub.
Infection Games where players have to avoid getting infected.
Just for Fun N/A
King of the Hill Games where players have to gain high authority.
Minigame Games involving multiple minigames playable with other players.
MOBA Multiplayer Online Battle Arena.
Moving Games where players have to capture a moving object.
Music Games involving playable music blocks and sequencers.
Mystery Games where players have to solve a mystery
Nonlinear Games where players can take multiple paths.
Objective Games where players have to complete an objective.
One in the Chamber N/A
One Life Games where players cannot come back if they get eliminated.
Open World Games where players can access any location on the island.
Parkour Games where players have to jump between different objects,
Party Game Games where players can socially interact with each other.
Peaceful Games where players cannot attack each other.
Pinball Games where players have to move different round objects into a hole.
Point Capture Games where players are given a limited amount of time to get to a certain point.
Practice Games where players can practice things.
Prop Games involving props.
Prop Hunt Games where players have to find different players who have disguised themselves as props.
Puzzle Games where players have to solve a puzzle.
PVE Player Vs Entity
PVP Player Vs Player
Quiz Games where players have to answer multiple questions.
Race Games where players have to compete with each other to get to a certain point.
Respawn Games where players can respawn if they die.
Role Playing Games involving role play.
Rounds Games involving multiple rounds.
Runner Games where players have to keep sprinting.
Search & Destroy Games where players have to look for objects to destroy.
Seasonal Games celebrating different events.
Secrets Games where players have to find hidden secrets.
Series Games involving multiple maps.
Shooter Games involving weaponry.
Shop Games where players have to purchase items from a shop,
Show N/A
Simulator Simulation Games.
Single Player Games where only one player can play.
Skills Games involving different skills.
Sniper Games where sniper rifles are the only available weapon.
Solo Games with one player per team.
Sports Games involving sports.
Squad Games with four or more players per team.
Stealth Games involving stealth.
Story Games with a storyline.
Strategy Games involving a strategy.
Survival Games where the number one goal is to survive,
Team Deathmatch Games where multiple teams fight to the death.
Teams Games involving multiple teams of 2 or more players.
Timed Games involving a timed objective.
Training Games where players train to be able to complete an objective.
Trios Games with multiple teams of 3.
Tutorial Games involving a tutorial on how do do a certain thing.
Tycoon Games where players have to grow a business.
Unbalanced Teams Games with teams that are not equal.
Zone Wars Games involving a storm where players battle each other.

Creative

This section contains 5 tabs - Prefabs, Galleries, Devices, Weapons, Consumables, and Chest. All of them except chest contain a catalogue of equippable objects that change the gameplay and appearance of your island.

Prefabs

There are different groups for different sets of prefabs, which could be taken out of the battle royale island or be exclusive to creative mode.

Prefab group name Group Description
Recently Added Prefabs that have recently been added to the game
Seasonal: Winter Christmas/Winter exclusive prefabs.
Anarchy Acres Prefabs taken from Anarchy Acres.
Art Deco Prefabs with Art Deco design.
Castle Prefabs taken from Polar Peak.
Craggy Cliffs Prefabs taken from Craggy Cliffs.
Dusty Depot Prefabs taken from Dusty Depot.
E.G.O. Prefabs taken from the E.G.O. locations on the Apollo island.
Event Prefabs taken from Live Events in Fortnite: Battle Royale.
Factory Prefabs taken from the Factory.
Floating Island Prefabs taken from the Floating Island.
Flush Factory Prefabs taken from Flush Factory.
Fortilla Prefabs taken from The Fortilla.
Frenzy Farm Prefabs taken from Frenzy Farm.
Frosty Flights Prefabs taken from Frosty Flights.
Happy Hamlet Prefabs taken from Happy Hamlet.
Haunted Prefabs taken from Haunted Hills.
Hero/Villain Lair Prefabs taken from the Hero Mansion or the Villain Lair.
Ice House Prefabs with an igloo theme.
Junk Junction Prefabs taken from Junk Junction.
Lazy Lagoon Prefabs taken from Lazy Lagoon.
Lazy Links Prefabs taken from Lazy Links.
Lighthouse Prefabs taken from Lockie’s Lighthouse.
Lonely Lodge Prefabs taken from Lonely Lodge.
Lucky Landing Prefabs taken from Lucky Landing.
Military Prefabs with a military theme.
Movie Set Prefabs taken from Movie Production Studio.
Pandora Prefabs taken from Pandora.
Paradise Palms Prefabs taken from Paradise Palms.
Parkour Challenge Course Prefabs.
Pleasant Park Prefabs taken from Pleasant Park.
Power Plant Prefabs taken from Steamy Stacks.
Prison Prefabs taken from the Prison.
Pueblo Prefabs taken from Pueblo.
Racetrack Prefabs taken from the Race Track.
Retail Row Prefabs taken from Retail Row.
The Rig Prefabs taken from The Rig.
Risky Reels Prefabs taken from Risky Reels.
Roadside Prefabs taken from the desert area around Paradise Palms.
Ruined Prefabs taken from the ruined version of Tilted Towers.
Seasonal: Autumn Seasonal prefabs exclusive to Autumn.
Seasonal: Spring Seasonal prefabs exclusive to Spring.
Slurp Swamp Prefabs taken from Slurpy Swamp.
Steel Bridge Prefabs taken from Steel Bridges.
Sweaty Sands Prefabs taken from Sweaty Sands.
Sunny Steps Prefabs taken from Sunny Steps.
Top Secret Prefabs taken from SHADOW or GHOST bases, or The Agency.
Tilted Towers Prefabs taken from Tilted Towers.
Viking Outpost Prefabs taken from Viking Village.
Weeping Woods Prefabs taken from Weeping Woods.
Wild West Prefabs with a wild west design theme.
Wood Shanty Prefabs taken from the swamp area around Slurpy Swamp.

Galleries

Similar to Prefabs, Galleries are classified into multiple different groups depending on what type of props and tiles are in the gallery, or where the gallery is taken from the Battle Royale Island.

Gallery group name Group Description
Recently Added This section displays a list of galleries that have recently been introduced to the game.
Seasonal: Winter Seasonal galleries exclusive to Winter.
Building Galleries taken from buildings that consist of tiles.
Props Galleries that consist of props.
Furniture Galleries that consist of furniture.
Game Galleries that consist of Devices.
Lights Galleries that consist of lights/effects.
Music Galleries related to music.
Nature Galleries that consist of nature tiles.
Particle Galleries that consist of particle effects.
Shape Galleries in which the shape and size can be customized.
Terrain Galleries that can alter the terrain.
Vehicle Galleries that consist of different vehicles.
Anarchy Acres Galleries taken from Anarchy Acres.
Art Deco Galleries with an Art Deco design theme.
Castle Galleries taken from Polar Peak.
Craggy Cliffs Galleries taken from Craggy Cliffs.
Dusty Depot Galleries taken from Dusty Depot.
E.G.O. E.G.O. Galleries.
Event Galleries taken from Live Events.
Factory Galleries taken from the Factory.
Floating Island Galleries taken from the Floating Island.
Flush Factory Galleries taken from Flush Factory.
Fortilla Galleries taken from The Fortilla.
Frenzy Farm Galleries taken from Frenzy Farm.
Frosty Flights Galleries taken from Frosty Flights.
Happy Hamlet Galleries taken from Happy Hamlet.
Haunted Galleries taken from Haunted Hills.
Hero/Villain Lair Galleries taken from the Hero Mansion or the Villain Lair.
Ice House Galleries with an igloo theme.
Junk Junction Galleries taken from Junk Junction.
Lazy Lagoon Galleries taken from Lazy Lagoon.
Lazy Links Galleries taken from Lazy Links.
Lighthouse Galleries taken from Lockie’s Lighthouse.
Lonely Lodge Galleries taken from Lonely Lodge.
Lucky Landing Galleries taken from Lucky Landing.
Meteor Galleries taken from the Meteor.
Military Galleries with a military theme.
Movie Set Galleries taken from the Movie Set.
Pandora Galleries taken from Pandora.
Paradise Palms Galleries taken from Paradise Palms.
Parkour Challenge Course Galleries.
Pleasant Park Galleries taken from Pleasant Park.
Power Plant Galleries taken from Steamy Stacks.
Prison Galleries taken from the Prison.
Pueblo Galleries taken from Pueblo.
Racetrack Galleries taken from the Race Track.
Retail Row Galleries taken from Retail Row.
The Rig Galleries taken from The Rig.
Risky Reels Galleries taken from Risky Reels.
Roadside Galleries taken from the desert area around Paradise Palms.
Ruined Galleries taken from the ruined version of Tilted Towers.
Seasonal: Autumn Seasonal galleries exclusive to Autumn.
Seasonal: Spring Seasonal galleries exclusive to Spring.
Shifty Shafts Galleries taken from Shifty Shafts.
Slurpy Swamp Galleries taken from Slurpy Swamp.
Steel Bridge Galleries taken from the Steel Bridges.
Sweaty Sands Galleries taken from Sweaty Sands.
Sunny Steps Galleries taken from Sunny Steps.
Top Secret Galleries taken from SHADOW or GHOST bases, or from The Agency.
Tilted Towers Galleries taken from Tilted Towers.
Viking Outpost Galleries taken from Viking Village.
Weeping Woods Galleries taken from Weeping Woods.
Wild West Galleries with a wild west design theme.
Wood Shanty Galleries taken from the swamp area around Slurpy Swamp.

Devices

Similar to Galleries and Prefabs, Devices are divided into multiple different groups. Each of these groups classify the function of the devices.

Device Group Name Group Description
Recently Added N/A
Starting Devices Devices that control the overall game-start.
Audio Devices that play different audio throughout the island.
Healing Devices that are used to heal players/vehicles.
Damage Devices that deal damage to players/vehicles/creatures.
Enemy Devices that create customizable AIs that players can fight against in-game.
Environment Environmental devices.
Informational Devices that control the information of the island or tell players information in-game.
Item Devices that control player inventories and items.
Movement Devices that control player/vehicle/creature speed and movement.
Objective Devices that set/control player objectives.
Player Devices that control player settings, teams, and player spawns.
Settings Devices that manage the settings of different aspects of gameplay.
Storm Devices that control the in-game storm.
Triggers Devices that trigger other devices and/or gameplay aspects.
Vehicle Devices that manage/spawn vehicles.
Weapon Devices that are weapons.
Zone Devices that create a zone that has a certain effect.

Weapons

This tab shows a catalogue of weapons available in Creative (Please see Items List (Creative) for a more detailed list). These weapons are classified into different groups, depending on what type of weapon they are.

Weapon Group Group Description
Assault Weapons that have a moderately fast fire rate and can deal damage from any range.
Creative Weapons exclusive to Fortnite: Creative.
Explosive Weapons that use explosives as ammunition.
Melee Weapons that do not require bullets, and can only deal damage at a very close range.
Pistol Small weapons that have a moderately fast fire rate.
Shotgun Close-Range weapons that deal more damage the closer the target.
Sniper Weapons that have slow fire rates, can zoom in far and deal a significant amount of damage.
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Other Miscellaneous weapons that don't belong in any of the above groups.

Consumables

This tab shows a catalogue of items available in Fortnite: Creative (Please see Items List (Creative) for a more detailed list). Each item is categorized into a group. These groups depend on the type of item.

Item Group Group Description
Ammo Ammunition used for different types of weapons.
Concealment Items that keep you hidden when equipped.
Game Items that alter the gameplay of your island.
Healing Items that can be used to expand your Health/Shield
Insta-Build Items that place down a structure when thrown.
Materials Resources/Items that can be used for building.
Throwable Items that perform certain actions when thrown.
Trap Items that can be thrown or placed on a flat surface, that deal damage to players if they get within a certain range.
Transport Items that can be used to get to different locations quickly.

Chest

Chest is a tab that lets you create a customizable chest or llama (Please see Chests (Creative) for more information). To add an item, device, prefab or gallery to this chest, select it from the catalogue and select "Add To Chest". You can have a maximum of 15 slots in this chest.

Select "Create Llama" or "Create Chest" and it will place the chest/llama down in front of you. Use the Phone to duplicate, move, rotate or delete it.

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