Developer of the battle royale game Fortnite, Epic Games just gave us an epic announcement.
The biggest boy band in the world, BTS is coming to Fortnite. They are going to launch their latest music video on the Fortnite’s party royale island.
Exclusive choreography by BTS
The video will be choreography video for their record-breaking single “Dynamite”. Sources say that it is a never seen before choreography.
Furthermore, two brand-new emotes which as Epic stated were exclusively choreographed by BTS will go on sale from the 23rd of September.
The reason why Dynamite is record-breaking, everyone knows it. Who doesn’t? Still, let me brief you. It is the first all English single of BTS. Plus, it has set the record for the most watched video in 24 hours on YouTube by gaining a whopping 101.1 million views in a singl day.
Stay tuned ARMYs! It will be airing on the 25th of September at 8 PM ET.
After the premiere, you can sing and dance along at the “Dynamite (Tropical Remix)” listening party.
The K-pop band will be the latest celebrities to venture in to the adventurous and fun-land of Fortnite. Similarly, Marshmello and Travis Scott too are those who did something like this.
What is Party Royale?
Previously, Epic Games released a violence free space in Fortnite battle royale game coined the party royale. It is a completely isolated and a separate island meant only for watching movies and musical performances. It is solely meant for chilling and getting together with your friends and virtual partying.
Now a days, it seems like Epic Games has its eye mainly on music itself. To prove this point, the company formed a high-tech studio situated in Los Angeles solely for the purpose of hosting live concerts. In other words, these live concerts can be cast into the party royale of the battle royale game.
Dominic Fike cut the ribbon at the start of the month of these sessions. Several shows continued like that the latest one being by Anderson Paak last weekend. Even more shows are said to be broadcast in the month of October.
Aim to turn the party royale into a virtual concert stop
Fortnite’s head of global partnerships, Nate Nanzer said in a statement that their aim is to turn the party royale in the game into a proper venue for the musical artists and celebs.
He added, “If you’re on tour, you want to stop on the Fortnite stage. It is a unique way to get in front of an audience that maybe you’re not reaching through other means.”