Fortnite’s no-combat Party Royale mode debuted last week, giving gamers the opportunity to fool around with new social hub activities like skydiving and leaping boats over ramps.
Today, developer Epic Games confirmed the details on the official Party Royale premiere celebration, due to course there’s going to be one: The kickoff occasion promises a bunch of well-known musicians, free cosmetics for attendees, and the usual slate of hangout activities.
The Fortnite Party Royale Premiere event begins on Friday, Might 8, at 9 PM ET.
The full show will happen on the main stage on the Party Royale island.
Epic adds that users can nonetheless jump into the present even if it is already underway, so they don’t worry about being a few minutes late.
The Party Royale Premiere event features not one, not two, however, three main music acts, all of the electronic variety.
Deadmau5: Most likely, the most important identity of the three, that is the Canadian DJ who tends to put on an enormous mouse helmet/masks throughout performances. He is identified for common singles like “Ghosts n’ Stuff” (which options Pendulum’s Rob Swire) and “Strobe.”
Steve Aoki: The American DJ, report producer, and entertainer typically identified for his collaborations with different artists like Afrojack, will.i.am, Linkin Park, and lots of others.