Fortnite is getting a new set of musical performances called the soundwave series. As per the recent announcement by Epic Games, it will feature many artists from around the world. As per the plans of Epic Games, the players will have an immersive music experience while playing the game.
Epic is notable for having melodic exhibitions to Fortnite, including spectacular shows for best artists like Ariana Grande and Travis Scott. Yet, Epic is progressively working to make signature encounters for the game in Fortnite’s Creative mode, for instance, with this current summer’s Easy Life virtual show and the Balenciaga-themed “Strange Times” center. The main show in the Soundwave Series, highlighting Egyptian craftsman Mohamed Hamaki, will proceed with that trend, as will the future shows in the Soundwave Series, as per the information for Epic.
Hamaki’s show starts on October first at 2 PM ET and will be accessible until October third at 2 PM ET. Strangely, there will be numerous approaches to see the occasion: you can go to it by bouncing into a devoted playlist or watch it during a standard royale match through an image in-picture mode, which has been utilized in the past to show serious Fortnite in-game.
The picture in picture mode will be available a few times during the Hamaki event.
The new series denotes Epic’s next drive to make Fortnite more than simply a game. The shows do not just deal with something different for players to do, yet the image in-picture component could keep players secured in Fortnite’s universe for music as opposed to going to something like Spotify.
In the coming months, the Soundwave Series will likewise highlight Brazilian rapper Emicida, Australian SInger-songwriter Tones and I, French-Malian singer Aya Nakamura and Japanese pop artist and music producer Gen Hoshino.