Within Fortnite Creative Mode, Deathruns are some of the most popular maps. Gaining popularity when FaZe Cizzorz published his first map back in 2018, these challenging parkour maps have taken the mode by storm. Today in 2020, there are more than ever. However, some maps stand out from the rest of the batch. If you want challenging, fun maps, try out these Deathruns in Fortnite.
Cizzorz Deathrun 4.0
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 the best Deathrun in Creative Mode. The puzzles are complex, the parkour is infuriating, and the surprises are endless.
Imagine if the mobile game Temple Run came to Fortnite. That’s essentially what Jesgran has created with this Deathrun. Making full use of Fortnite’s jungle props from Season 8, Jesgran designed a map full of traps and parkour ingenuity within a fiery temple.
Shadow vs. Ghost Minigame
This map, designed by TeamUnite, is a unique spin on the traditional Deathrun format. Instead of trying to beat your best time or simply get through the map, you’re pitted against a friend in a race to see who can reach the end first. Along with some challenging parkour, there’s also some gunplay that’s involved which adds to the depth of the map.
100 Level Default Deathrun
While still a difficult Deathrun, 100 Level Default provides hours of entertainment that doesn’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.
Last on our list is a recent Deathrun map that is one of a kind. Making use of the Deadpool cosmetics in Fortnite, this run is your usual Deathrun with traps, parkour, etc. However, there are also areas where you need to have the Deadpool-inspired Scootin’ emote. If you don’t have that cosmetic, then, unfortunately, you won’t be able to advance past a certain point. Though, if you’re lucky enough to own the emote, you have hours of Deathrun fun on your hands, courtesy of Deadpool, and YouTuber Kenworth.