It should surprise no one that creations inspired by the über-popular building game Fortnite have made their way into the über-popular building game Minecraft. You can add a little Fortnite to your Minecraft experience with remakes of popular locations, a battle bus, and a plethora of custom skins. If you’re looking for a more Minecraft-ian Fortnite experience, you’ll certainly want to check out Fortnite’s Playground Mode while it’s available. In this article, we’re detailing our favorite Fortnite-themed maps, mods, and add-ons for Minecraft Java and Bedrock Editions!
Fortnite maps and mods for Minecraft Java Edition
If exploring custom maps is your thing, the talented Minecraft mapmaker SeanBits has built some awesome recreations of fan favorite Fortnite spots, including Tilted Towers, Tomato Town, and Dusty Depot. You can check out all of his creations here. His most recent creation is a gigantic Loot Llama, which you can download here.
While there aren’t any fully-developed Fortnite mods for Minecraft, the most ambitious project is this Fortnite mod for Minecraft 1.12.2 by crafter tangentsoda. This mod adds many popular features of the battle royale game to Minecraft. You can find this mod available for download here.
For even more Fortnite fun, McMakistein has created a pack of Fortnite weapons and tools that you can add to your game, including the launch pad, rocket launcher, and more. You can download them here.
Fortnite maps and mods for Minecraft Bedrock Edition
Unfortunately, Minecraft Bedrock Edition doesn’t support “mods” like its Java Edition cousin. Instead, this edition supports “add-ons,” which can modify textures and behavior of entities.
If you’re playing on mobile, you don’t have to be completely left out of the fun. You can grab a seriously awesome Fortnite themed minigame map featuring locations including Tilted Towers, Anarchy Acres, and more!
You can also add a bit of Fortnite flair to your mobile Minecraft experience with the help of this awesome Fortnite add-on created by JEBR_Gaming! This add-on features Fortnite-reskinned weapons and even has a flying Battle Bus. To get started, simply grab the add-on here.
If you need help installing these add-ons, you can find detailed instructions on installing add-ons on every Bedrock Edition capable device (including Android, iOS, Windows 10, Oculus Rift, Gear VR, and Amazon) on the official Minecraft website.