A new in-game message confirms Fortnite's rocket will launch tomorrow

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So, not only are players getting double xp in Fortnite this weekend, they also get to witness a rocket launch.

The developer will provide another update on Monday, it said.

Along with the sandbox-style Playground mode (which now remains offline while Epic irons out issues that cropped up shortly after it launched), this week's Fortnite: Battle Royale update marked the start of another limited-time event, Final Fight Teams of 12.

Don't expect the LTM to go back online any time soon. When noon rolled around, the only thing Epic had to say was, "We're continuing to test improvements that are needed to enable the Playground LTM".

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3pm has rolled around, and it seems Epic hasn't released an update about the state of the Playground LTM mode. "We're sorry we haven't been able to get you in the LTM, and we know waiting is the worst". The term means users don't need to make any purchases to get the gaming experience, but games like Fortnite do offer in-game purchases like outfits, characters, tools, and even dance moves so creators can make a profit off of players.

We'll update you as more information on Playground becomes available.

If you want to be a part of Fortnite history, head to Snobby Shores on Saturday at 1:30 PM and wait patiently. "So many of you rushed in to create and play that our matchmaking service fell over", a statement from Epic Games reveals. "We're still testing these changes but are aiming to return this mode later today".

The other team has to take down the big Leviathan before it's too late.