Fortnite isn’t just a Battle Royale game. Aside from the “Save the World” mode that is nowhere near as popular, there are also Limited Time Modes, or “LTMs” for short, rotating in and out of circulation. Each one has a certain set of rules that you must adhere to, while competing against a different number of players in order to succeed. They can be a fun diversion, even if some are a bit on the mindless side, while others are even more tense than the main game. This guide lists all of the LTMs that have come and gone, as well as provide links to more in-depth guides about the modes we’ve checked out.
Fortnite LTM guide
With the game being the global sensation that it is, there’s a lot to learn about not only getting that all-important “Victory Royale”, but also the changes to the map as the seasons progress, and the challenges you can seek to complete. Head over to our Fortnite guide hub for every single thing you need to get started.
Fortnite full LTM list
Every so often you’ll see that Epic Games update the limited game modes that are available. The table below has a brief description for all of the LTMs that have come and gone, with the current LTMs appearing towards the top. If there is a link in the table for the game’s name, then there will be a separate page going into more detail about just how the LTM works and some different strategies you can utilise to maximise your winning potential.
|Team Rumble||Two large teams fight for Victory Royale. First team to 100 eliminations wins.||Yes|
|One Shot||Low gravity is enabled, every player has 50 health. Bandages are the only healing item and snipers are the only weapon.||Yes|
|Disco Domination||Capture the flag but with dance floors and disco balls.||No|
|Ground Game||A duos only mode that severely limits your capability to build upwards.||No|
|50v50||A 50 versus 50 match where the final circle is shown at the beginning of the game. No stats are recorded.||No|
|8 Teams of 12||Battle Royale, but with 8 teams of 12 people.||No|
|Blitz||Faster-paced Battle Royale mode.||No|
|Blitz Showdown||Exclusively for the highest ranking players. Storm moves faster than a normal Solo game and the first circle is shown at the start of the game. You can also farm more materials.||No|
|Close Encounters||Shotguns, Jetpacks, Grapplers, and Balloons spawn in the game.||No|
|Food Fight||Defend your objective while attacking the enemy objective to win.||No|
|Fortnitemares||Obelisks spawn monsters. Available in Solo, Duo, and Squad.||No|
|Getaway||Teams compete to recover their safe and escape the map.||No|
|High Explosives||Only explosive weapons. RPGs, Grenades, Grenade Launchers. Guided Missiles came in High Explosives V2.||No|
|Infinity Gauntlet||One player is Thanos from Avengers: Infinity War and has abilities to use against other players.||No|
|Score Royale||Score determines the winner as opposed to the regular Battle Royale.||No|
|Soaring Solos||Battle Royale with redeployable gliders.||No|
|Solid Gold||Legendary Weapons only.||No|
|Solo Showdown||Highest ranking player in the world that plays this mode receives 50K V-Bucks||No|
|Sneaky Silencer||Higher chance of Suppressed Weapons and bushes spawning.||No|
|Sniper Shootout||V1 – Snipers and Revolvers only
V2 – Adds Crossbow and Hunting Rifle, takes out Revolver.
V3 – Scoped Assault Rifle and Thermal Scoped Assault Rifle added, Crossbow removed.
|Steady Storm||Storm doesn’t stop moving unless everyone is eliminated or it covers the map.||No|
|Team Terror||20v20 match where Cube Monsters also join in.||No|
|Teams of 20||5 teams of 20 players, multiple buses.||No|
|Wild West||Limited selection of weapons such as Hunting Rifles, Shotguns, and Dynamite.||No|
|Slide||Unlimited grappler ammunition, and an increased supply of all other ammunition, but players feet are frozen.||No|
This concludes our LTM guide. You’ve probably noticed that some players tend to use the LTMs as a way of boosting their progress in the various Season Challenges. You can begin looking at these by having a gander at our Fortnite weekly challenges guide hub.