When Fortnite released its new LEGO mode on Thursday, it took players less than one day to recreate 9/11.
In contrast for Fortnite’s typical “battle royale” mode — which pits 100 players against each other, Hunger Games-style, with guns, grenades, and other weapons — LEGO Fortnite is billed as a place to “harvest LEGO resources to create your own builds and create villages for you and your friends to live it up.”
But that didn’t stop anyone from trying to cause as much chaos as possible.
Players started posting videos of themselves recreating the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center on social media sites like TikTok and X, formerly known as Twitter. One video on Xhas wracked up 11 million views and more than …