Battle royale Fortnite has divulged the next big concert that will be coming to the Rift Tour: papa sun Ariana Grande. Grande follows past accomplishments such as Travis Scott, Marshmello, and Deadmau5, who all performed in-game concerts in the past. As was the case in these previous happenings, participates will be able to earn in-game loot by participating.

Although Fortnite stimulated its call as the ubiquitous battle royale shooter, in recent years it has begun to shift towards most peaceful events. In addition to the aforementioned concerts, Fortnite has was transformed into a place where movie trailers are shown and phenomena have peculiarity crossovers with some of the biggest names in pop culture. Most recently, Fortnite was working with the forthcoming movie Suicide Squad and debuted the movie’s character Bloodsport in the game. This labelled another installment in Epic Games’ long-standing collaboration with DC, but they have also worked with and integrated attributes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, cars licensed from Ferrari, and included a attribute based on soccer star Neymar. But their next happening may boast the biggest name of them all.

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According to Epic Games, Fortnite’s Rift Tour will be bringing Ariana Grande into the game for a virtual concert. There will be five depicts held between August 6 and August 8, and before the concert there will be several Fortnite “experiences” paired with Ariana Grande’s songs. In add-on, actors can purchase the Ariana Grande Outfit and Piggy Smallz Back Bling as part of the Ariana Grande Icon Series. There will too be in-game journeys that run through the end of the concert safarus, with habit remunerations. Lastly, participates who attend the concert will get a Cuddly Cloudcruiser commemorative Umbrella.

As Fortnite has become more and more intertwined with popular culture, the gameplay has begun to take a backseat to massive happenings. Nonetheless, players in Fortnite are still clearly having a great time and are using the brand-new content to its fullest. Recently, one musician managed to fly one of Fortnite’s new Ferraris in the entire map. It seems so quaint that a game that was once mainly about improving strongholds for care and shooting foes has morphed into an entity ended with flying vehicles and Batman.

Still, it’s unlikely that these sorts of collaborations will ever stop, rendered how successful and profitable they are. Despite being free to attend, Travis Scott apparently earned $20 million from his Fortnite concert back in 2020. By drawing musicians back to the game, Fortnite continues to retain its status as a pop-culture staple, thanks in huge fraction to its cooperation with artists like Ariana Grande.

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Fortnite is available across the Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, and Android platforms.

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