Fortnite Creative has enabled players to create thousands of extremely intuitive maps within the engine. And, with Creative 2.0, the map codes are going to get even better.
You’ll find a ton of genres of maps on Creative. But, one particular genre that stands out is horror. There are thousands of horror maps on the game, with some absolutely blowing our minds with the capabilities of the creative mode.
If you’re looking for a paranormal experience, here are the 8 best Fortnite horror map codes out there.
Emily Wants to Play
Emily Wants to Play is a Fortnite horror map code inspired by the game of the same name. The story revolves around a pizza delivery guy who makes a stop at a rather strange-looking house. As soon as he steps inside the house, the door locks behind him.
This is another map that really makes full use of the lighting. You’ll be equipped with a flashlight, and most areas of the house will be dimly lit. There are going to be pieces of paper with text that are going to set the context for the story a little bit.
Dolls are going to haunt you throughout your experience in the house with unexpected cameos and the occasional evil laughs. There’s a lot of exploring to be done on this map, so be prepared for it to take a lot of time.
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The Space Inside
The Space Inside is one of the first popular horror maps made with Creative 2.0. And, with the capabilities of Unreal Engine 5, it’s really no surprise that this is one of the best-looking horror maps you’ll play. The lighting is just absolutely insane, and if you’re a fan of the horror genre, you know that lighting can make or break a horror game.
This map is a great all-rounder. You’ll switch to first-person pretty early on in the game, but the game switches back and forth pretty often. There isn’t much in the game objective-wise. You’ll need to go from room to room and figure out how to move to the next one.
Creative 2.0’s capabilities are on full display with a ton of realistic-looking locations like a mining tunnel, Star Wars-ish area, and modern Japan-themed space as well. There isn’t anything supernatural going on in this map. It’s just genuinely eerie because of some jumpscares and the lighting.
If you want to see TimTheTatman absolutely losing his mind on this map, he made a video on it that’s a pretty fun watch.
One Last Sacrifice
Map Code: 2898-6711-4466
One Last Sacrifice is another Fortnite horror map with jumpscares that does a phenomenal job with the environment. In this map, the player inherits the Green’s Farm from its previously deceased owner. The environment really fits the bill for what you would expect a farm to look like with a big center house.
The map starts with objectives prompting the player to explore the entire map, including the house, barn, silo, and water wheel. During the exploration, the player notices a strange smell coming from the attic, followed by strange knocks on the door. That is where the horror part begins.
The player ends up finding newspapers all over the house that explains the story of the house and why it is haunted. I’ll leave the rest of the story for you to figure out for yourself. However, do keep in mind that there is a lot of auditory feedback on this map. It’s best to experience this all with headphones.
Map Code: 4441-5246-1264
Phantom Investigation is a map from YouTuber and Creative expert, Rynex. This map is inspired by Phasmophobia. The primary task here is to identify the ghost haunting the house.
There are a bunch of different pieces of evidence that you can find to prove the ghost. Again, if you’ve played Phasmophobia, you’ll definitely recognize some of these. The evidence comes in the form of freezing temperatures, laughing sounds, crying sounds, random loud noises, ghostwriting, and ghost orbs.
You’ll be equipped with things like a thermometer, flashlight, spirit box, proximity sensors, and more. A little different from the weapons you’re used to in Chapter 4, but decent enough for this map. Optimally, you’ll need to find three pieces of evidence to correctly identify the ghost. However, in some situations, you’ll be able to do that with two pieces of evidence as well.
Overall, there’s not a lot of replayability on this map since it’s the same house and has a limited number of clues. But, the first few rounds here with your friends will be a lot of fun.
Alverton Hills: Wendigo
Map Code: 4552-4413-4737
Alverton Hills; Wendigo is the third in a three-part series by Creative legend SundayCW. He’s one of the most heavily regarded map creators on Fortnite. He’s often commended for his storytelling ability and how he’s able to fit complex, prolonged stories into the limitations of Fortnite Creative. This works really well with his ability to create amazing environments.
The player spawns in a warzone with their side of the trenches under attack. You’ll have to escape the Wendigo, and the enemies, and escape on the plane to continue the stories.
The Wendigo is the main villain in this game. There aren’t too many horror aspects in this game, but the storytelling is where the game gets really good. If you want to play this map, I highly suggest playing Alverton Hills: Asylum and Alverton Hills: Wendigo first to get a better understanding of the story.
Map Code: 3739-2232-6062
Quiet Place by Yojj47 has a different take on scary Fortnite map codes. Instead of one big environment, the creator made a bunch of small rooms or ‘mazes,’ so to speak.
As soon as you step into a room, the door gets shut behind you. In every room, there are going to be a ton of objects that you can interact with. You’ll have to find a gift for the spirit in order to be able to escape that room.
This sounds simple enough. But, when you’re actually in the room and have to sift through tons and tons of junk, it can actually take quite a bit of time. Some people even complain that the 45-minute timer is not enough to be able to finish the level.
For the first few levels, the only way the spirit interacts with you is through scary music and occasional laughs. But, later on, you’ll actually be chased by the spirit before you end up capturing it. There is a little bit of parkour as well towards the end of the map. The game will end when you release the spirit.
Map Code: 3321-6193-5191
The name pretty much explains what this entire horror map is going to be about. I wouldn’t exactly call it a jumpscare. It’s an escape map more than anything. You do end up seeing a one-eyed ghost, followed by a few pretty insane chases. But, there are other characters as well that you’ll meet through the course of this map.
There are 100 doors in total that you’ll have to go through. Some will be pretty simple, and you’ll just have to walk through them. With others, you’ll have to do some puzzles to get through.
The game is pretty spooky, but it’s actually very easy to speed-run this map, even if you’re playing for the very first time. There’s always a single obvious path. If the door is locked, you’re probably going to find a key pretty close. If there’s a cage, you’ll have to find a fuse to hit. You will have to occasionally hide in places Outlast-style, but everything else is kind of straightforward.
Ideally, I would’ve liked a few twists and curve balls in there just to spice things up a little bit. But, overall, it’s still a pretty solid Fortnite horror map code.
Map Code: 2385-3342-5568
Again, the name pretty much explains what you can expect from this map. The story starts when you, the player, reaches a carnival on the 4th of July. But, there’s no one there. The gates lock behind you as soon as you walk in (oh, how unexpected). You have to find three keys to be able to escape.
There’s a pretty exciting roller coaster followed by a haunted house kind of vibe where you’ll find the first key.
The second key is in the Tunnel of Love, which is a lot scarier than it should have been. You’ll be dropped in a dark room full of Greek-style sculptures.
The third key can be found in the House of Mirrors. This is going to be fairly complicated, so it’ll take some time. Once you find all three keys, you can run off into the sunset and escape the map.