The 10 best Deathrun codes in Fortnite

Prepare to be frustrated.

When you’re not catching victory royales, you can always assess your platforming skills with Deathrun codes in Fortnite’s Creative Mode. With the mode gaining so much traction from popular YouTube speedrun videos, it’s been hard to sift through the hundreds of codes available. So if you’re jonesing for some quality Deathrun maps, try out the 10 we believe are the best in Fortnite.

100 Level Default Deathrun

  • Creator: jduth96
  • Code: 2359-3574-9339
Video via FCHQ’s YouTube channel

While still a difficult Deathrun, 100 Level Default provides hours of entertainment that don’t make you want to rip your hair out. The map begins with some easy parkour levels, and then the levels become harder as you progress. At least with this map, you’re progressing slightly and not stuck on the first level.

Camp Parkour

  • Creator: Team Forge
  • Code: 3949-1125-3484

Camp Parkour prides itself on tricking players as to where they need to go. As the map is shrouded in greenery, platforms like satellites and crashed planes hide within and can be tough to find. If you believe you’re a speedrunning pro, Camp Parkour is definitely the sort of challenge you need to take on.

Cizzorz’s Deathrun 4.0

  • Creator: Itsclzzorz
  • Code: 2778-3253-4171
Screengrab via FaZe Cizzorz’s YouTube channel

How could we start with any other map by the creator who began the Deathrun trend? Deathrun 4.0 is FaZe Cizzorz’s fourth installment, and although it was released some time ago, it still holds up as arguably one of the best Deathruns in Creative Mode. The puzzles are complex, the parkour is infuriating, and the surprises are endless. 

Dread Pirate Jonesy’s Deathrun

  • Creator: FCHQ
  • Code: 7452-9966-3879
Video via FCHQ’s YouTube channel

The hard-working folks over at Fortnite Creative HQ have made one heck of a detailed map here. The island is one big circuit, filled with traps and hidden clues that’ll teach you how to get around. It’s one of the rare few that is meant not just for speedruns, but also for exploring. From massive ships to scalable buildings, hours of your time are worth donating to this behemoth.

First Person Deathrun

  • Creator: Tiny Maniac
  • Code: 9601-1365-0261
Video via Tiny Maniac’s YouTube channel

Players will never know how lucky they are to able to play in third-person until they test out First Person Deathrun from creator Tiny Maniac. Each level is straightforward, literally and figuratively, and they only ever have a handful of pedestals to jump on. However, with this view, calculating jump trajectory is an extremely tough task when you can’t see your legs. Mastering this POV will take time, but it’s highly satisfying once you blaze through each stage.

Jesgran’s Deathrun 2.0

  • Creator: JesGran
  • Code: 1103-0256-3362
Screengrab via Jesgran’s YouTube channel

Jesgran’s self-titled map is a wildly imaginative piece of art. The ominous course centers around mining caves drenched in either lava or deadly bodies of water. Platforms are rather minuscule and some leaping may take brains rather than brawn. It’s quite short with only eight levels, but its design makes this a must-play.

Medium Deathrun 1.0

  • Creator: Yahya
  • Code: 6479-2041-2162
Video via FCHQ’s YouTube channel

It’s not difficult — you just need to outsmart each obstacle in front of you. You may hear this about something like Dark Souls, but it’s actually true when speaking of Medium Deathrun. There’s typically more than one way to get around each level, so frustrations of being stuck are nonexistent. To summarize, those who are excellent at the game but haven’t given Deathrun a go should certainly try this map out.

Rainbow Runners

  • Creator: Snowymous
  • Code: 9654-3764-4414
Video via Snowymous’s YouTube channel

If, in some strange universe, Care Bears crossed over with American Ninja Warrior, the end result would be something like Rainbow Runners. Miles high in the sky, players will race along this adorable cloud and rainbow-covered map. The catch: each platform is far and in between from each other, testing users’ ability to move in less conventional ways.

Shadow vs. Ghost

  • Creator: Team Unite
  • Code: 2033-1780-7591
Video via Team Unite’s YouTube channel

This map, designed by Team Unite, is a unique spin on the traditional Deathrun format. Instead of trying to beat your best time or simply parkouring through the map, you’re pitted against a friend in a race to see who can reach the end first. Along with some challenging puzzles, there’s also some gunplay that’s involved that adds to the depth of the map.

Summer Splash

  • Creator: Team Unite
  • Code: 3958-2152-5837
Video via Team Unite’s YouTube channel

Although most Deathrun maps have complex level design and try to pack in as any spikes and enemies as possible, Summer Splash makes it known that this doesn’t have to be the case. Here, 16 players race to the finish line by way of slides and evenly laid out platforms. It’s quite easy and pretty addicting, but landing in the water will force you to start over again.