Fortnite has held another live event that required players put their guns down and watch a video together. This time around it's just a simple trailer premiere--one for Christopher Nolan's upcoming film, Tenet.
In the video above, David Ahmadi captures the new trailer, so if you happen to have missed the live premiere--either because you don't have Fortnite or you forgot to log-in or you just couldn't be bothered--then you can watch it here.
This is not the first time that Fortnite has been the center stage for showcasing a piece of media. An exclusive scene from Star Wars Episode IX: Rise of Skywalker premiered in Fortnite in December 2019 and both DJ Marshmello and Travis Scott have held concerts in Epic Games' battle royale.
In GameSpot's Fortnite review, Michael Higham wrote: "While there are several moving parts in the game's ecosystem, Fortnite's biggest accomplishment is in how it seamlessly merges a number of simple mechanics to create a distinguishable battle royale game. What looks to be a straightforward building system steadily escalates to an elaborate display of tactical prowess. As the saying goes: It's easy to learn, hard to master. Although a few shortcomings in the map design eventually surface and fatigue in looting can set in, Fortnite rarely fails at challenging you in unexpected ways, resulting in something more than just another typical last-person-standing shooter."