BTS Concert Kicks Off In Fortnite Tonight
The K-pop boy band's choreography music video for "Dynamite" will premiere in the battle royale game.
Another artist is performing in Fortnite, and this time it's the biggest boy band in the world. BTS will premiere the choreography music video for their recently released song, "Dynamite," in Fortnite's Party Royale mode on September 25 at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET.
If you want to dance along, two emotes with "Dynamite" dance moves will be available. A Tropical Remix listening party will also take place at the end of the event.
Ladies and Gentlemen, a special announcement from @bts_bighit #DynaNite pic.twitter.com/ISAuoAWDLr— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) September 21, 2020
The virtual doors actually open at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET, just like you'd see at most real venues. You'll have plenty of time to get situated before it kicks off.
Grab a cup of Slurp, let’s rock and roll 💜— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) September 25, 2020
We’re in the stars tonight with @bts_bighit for the world premiere of “Dynamite” MV (Choreography ver.).
See you at the Main Stage at 8 PM ET #DynaNite pic.twitter.com/o9Y8TIldLp
BTS joins the ever-expanding roster of artists holding virtual concerts in Fortnite. Anderson .Paak performed in the game on September 19 and Travis Scott also held a pretty successful virtual concert in April. With the global pandemic making real-life concerts impossible in many places, it's likely we'll see more musicians find new ways to perform for their fans.
To watch BTS' music video, Fortnite players can jump into Party Royale. To do so, you can press the Change box in the Lobby screen's bottom-right corner, and select the Party Royale mode from the available options. After the selection, you'll be back at the Lobby screen. Press play and go to the Main Stage for the performance. The map button in Party Royale can help you orient yourself and locate the Main Stage.
The concert will be available for Android, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC players. Due to the ongoing lawsuit between Apple and Epic, iOS and macOS owners will not be able to watch BTS' music video. (If you want to know the latest on the strife between the two companies, check out our guide to Apple and Epic's legal battle.) For help on this week's challenges, check out our guide to make a Stark robot dance and how to destroy Gorgers.
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