Fortnite: virtual concert with Steve Aoki, deadmau5 and Dillon Francis

Fortnite launched one last week Party Royalemode in which players do not fight each other, but can do other activities in a map. Like enjoying a live concert. Steve Aoki, Dillon Francis and deadmau5 will play a set of one hour on the main virtual stage.

The first weapon-free Party Royale was first shown in a live concert by Jordan Fisher and Diplo last week. Epic Games, the creator of Fortnite, celebrates with Party Royale that the game had 350 million active players in April and was played 3.2 billion hours. Each artist will play a set on the main stage on Friday, May 8.

Free party supplies

The concert will be given on a gigantic main stage. In addition to listening to the concert, you can also do other non-violent activities such as boat races and skydiving. Fortnite also offers free party supplies in the form of neon wings and back bling. Anyone who logs in Fortnite the party supplies are available free of charge between 8 May at 6 pm and 11 May at 10 pm.

Dillon Francis, Steve Aoki and deadmau5 will be one back-to-back play live set on the big screen on the main stage. Fans will be in Party Royale can dance on the dance floor, do activities or rest with friends.

More popular than GTA V

Unlike other games, there is no queue for it Party Royale. So players can enter the game at any time and watch the performance. If you miss the live show, it will be rebroadcast on Sunday 9 May between 2 pm and 3 pm.

Live concert by Travis Scott on Fortnite
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Fortnite is extremely popular and has even more active players than Grand Theft Auto V. Since the coronavirus outbreak, the free video game has gained popularity. Epic Games previously organized live concerts Fortnite. For example, Travis Scott gave a virtual performance there last month. The rapper managed to attract 12.3 million players to the game with his concert.


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