Watch Out for Gremlins
We've all had a potty emergency every now and again, but I don't think I've ever had to fend off shape-shifting gremlins. You'll get the chance to do that in the brand-new Fortnite Nature Calls custom map which has launched today!
Check out the trailer for the Fortnite Nature Calls Map to see this custom game mode in action!
The Nature Calls map is essentially a combination of Prop Hunt, Zombie game modes, and a few other things thrown in. Here's the lowdown: one player starts as a Gremlin and everyone else starts as slow-moving Campers. The Gremlins can transform into mundane objects, ultimately with the goal of attacking Campers. Any Campers who are successfully slain will turn into Gremlins themselves, potentially overwhelming the Camper players.
On the flip side of the coin, Campers must try to collect toilet paper scattered throughout the map. Along the way, they can upgrade their weapons at the lodge, ultimately working towards the goal of taking the toilet paper to the goal: Toilet Heaven. Should they succeed, the Campers win!
How Can I Play the Fortnite Nature Calls Map?
If you'd like to play this delightfully-strange custom map, it's pretty easy! Right off the bad, the Fortnite Nature Calls map is a featured matchmaking game from July 14–21, 2020, according to the web page announcing this custom map. Simply join the Matchmaking Test and you can get into the map from there!
Alternatively, you can use the map's Island code to get started. Here's how you do it:
- Start a Creative Server.
- Find the Featured Island Rift.
- Enter the following Island Code:
- And you're good to go!
Nature calls can be played with 6–12 players in total. As with most custom creators, you can support Stray Kite Studios with the Supper-A-Creator Code "StrayKite". If you haven't already started playing Fortnite, you can do so via the game's official website.
What do you think of the Fortnite Nature Calls custom map? What's your favorite custom map in the game? Let us know in the comments below!