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Fortnite removes Call of Duty-themed Creative 2.0 maps following Activision’s DMCA takedown notice

Creative 2.0 maps are taken down due to Copyright Infringement!

As fans unleashed their skills and creativity with the latest iteration of Fortnite Creative 2.0, it’s time they restrict it to their original creations. According to the latest developments, many Fortnite Creative 2.0 fan-favorite maps bearing resemblance with other popular titles have been removed after DMCA-issued takedowns due to copyright infringement.

Fan-Favourite COD-inspired Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps are no longer playable

After the release of Creative 2.0, creators have been learning to use the tools to churn out amazing maps. That said, some of the maps that were published by users were inspired by the Call of Duty-themed maps like FPS Rust, Zombies, and more. Though these COD-inspired maps gained popularity among fans of the game, these maps will no longer be playable due to the DMCA takedowns issued by Activision

Earlier, Epic Games had issued notice to creators to follow UEFN guidelines and abstain from using it to design copyright content. They had also warned creators of takedowns and consequences if they were found violating the rules. A creator by the name ‘MistJawa’ took to Twitter to inform fans that he has deleted all Call of Duty-inspired maps and would no longer be making copyrighted content. He assured players that he would be coming up with unique creations for the shooter and zombie modes.

Many users had been showing off their imagination and skills with Creative 2.0 and tons of ideas have already been flowing. One of the use even teased a custom live event in Creative 2.0. At this rate, there’s a lot of potentials for users to create and enjoy unique content using UEFN without copying the IP of other games.

What are your thoughts as COD-inspired Fortnite Creative 2.0 maps are removed? Let us know in the comments below!

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