Fortnite Players Recreate The Office’s Dunder Mifflin Scranton Using Fortnite Creative
Fortnite is not a game, it is a multi-user virtual environment. My life is so great, I literally wanted a second one.
I’ve got two loves of my life: gaming and the US (read “best”) version of The Office. And in a weird turn of events, both of those interests merged when a Fortnite player re-created the series iconic office space — Dunder Mifflin Scranton — with the in-game creation tools.
Originally posted on Reddit’s Dunder Mifflin subreddit, user OddEditButOkay shared his creation:
Anyone familiar with The Office will recognize everything immediately. Whether you are looking at the parking lot where Michael drops a watermelon on Stanley’s car, the breakroom with vending machines for Dwight to get his office supplies locked behind, or the Vance Refrigeration/Dunder Mifflin warehouse with basketball court, everything is on point. Even better, it is set to the series’ intro music.
As a bit of a bonus clip, we see a re-creation of inarguably one of The Office‘s best scenes: Michael’s Safety Demonstration. In the clip, you watch Michael run a “safety demonstration” where he tries to give an example of the end-result of seasonal affective disorder. In fact, just take a moment to watch it:
Earlier this month, Fortnite Creative — a level-creation version of 2018’s hottest online battle royale Fortnite. This new mode only rolled out three days ago on December 13th, so we can expect a lot more of these well-made user-created content coming from the expansive Fortnite community.
In other Fortnite news, Epic Games really scored some points with a raging community when they vaulted the over-powered Infinity Blade from the game. Meanwhile, Jimmy Kimmel made a new YouTube “prank” for parents asking them to record their kids when they turn off the TV mid-battle. You can read our trainwreck of an article on that, if you really want.
Fortnite and the Fortnite Creative mode is available now on Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, and Xbox One. You can check out a YouTube video, below: