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Fortnite Rocket Racing: All tracks and difficulties

Pedal to the metal!

Fortnite's Rocket Racking game mode arrived this morning, around 24 hours after LEGO Fortnite broke the internet. Like LEGO Fortnite, Rocket Racing is its entity, separate from Battle Royale and Zero Build. Players can race against their friends and others in matchmaking in various Fortnite Rocket Racing tracks.

Here is a list of all Rocket Racing tracks separated by difficulty.

All tracks playable in Fortnite Rocket Racing

Fortnite's racing game mode features 25 tracks at launch, separated by difficulty. Think of this like you would the CC classifications in Mario Kart. Novice tracks are the easiest and get progressively more challenging as you venture into Advanced and Expert. Some tracks directly reference popular Fortnite points of interest (POIs), so some may look familiar.

Novice Tracks

  • Day Drifting
  • Bone Cavern
  • Curvy Canyon
  • Lazy Lake
  • Airborne
  • Anarchy Arches
  • Dust Up
  • Festive Falls
  • K2 Raceway'

Advanced Tracks

  • Cliff Runner
  • Puddle Jumper
  • Bone Cavern 2
  • Outpost
  • Windy Way
  • Pleasant Pitstop
  • Sidewinder

Fortnite Rocket Racing Expert Tracks

  • Anaconda
  • Tilted Turnpike
  • Olympus
  • Riviera
  • Curvy Canyon 2
  • Airborne 2
  • Dust Up 2
  • Puddle Jumper 2
  • Cliff Runner 2

What makes Advanced and Expert tracks harder than Novice?

This game mode utilizes unique mechanics like jumping, wall driving, ceiling driving, and more. As a result, some Fortnite Rocket Racing tracks force you to master these mechanics to perform well and finish the race quickly. Novice tracks exist for those just getting into Rocket Racing, whereas Advanced and Expert are the true test of your skills.

Can I make my own tracks in Fortnite Rocket Racing?

While this function is unavailable at launch, Fortnite leaker ShiinaBR says that creator-made tracks will arrive in a future update. Season 1 will supposedly launch in 2024, so you can expect more developments on creator-made tracks over the next month or two.

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