Lego Fortnite Select World Disabled, Greyed Out Fix

In our Lego Fortnite Select World Disabled, Greyed Out Fix guide, we are going to show you how to pick a world in Lego Fortnite, and what to do if that option is greyed out and says that it’s disabled. This situation arises primarily from the color palette Epic have chosen for this section of the menu, it seems. Don’t worry, it’s all way simpler than it might seem. Barring the possibility that you’ve run into a bug, of course.

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Lego Fortnite Select World Disabled, Greyed Out Fix

How to Select World in Lego Fortnite, Select World Disabled Fix

To select a world in Lego Fortnite when the Select World option is seemingly disabled and greyed out, is to click the Select World button in the bottom left corner of the main screen. Yes, I know it’s grey; it’s supposed to be. After you click the button, you can opt to create a world of your own or join one of the shared worlds that other people have made. And if you’ve already made some worlds, you’ll be able to load into one of them from this menu, too, under the My Worlds tab. Whatever you choose to do, after you pick the world you want, that Disabled thing will disappear from the main menu, replaced with the yellow Play button.

And there you have it, that’s how you select a world in Lego Fortnite when the option is greyed out and disabled. Again, it’s just the color scheme that is giving you trouble, I’m pretty sure. Now, if you do have a world selected and the problem persists, that is likely due to the servers being overloaded. Keep trying until the game lets you in. Or it could be a bug, so try restarting the game. If there is another workaround for this problem that we’re not aware of, let us know in the comments. And if you need help with something else once you do get in, check out some of our other Lego Fortnite guides, like How to Get Glider and How to Repair Tools & Weapons.

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