Last week Epic Games announced that “a record-breaking superstar” would be performing in the upcoming Fortnite Rift Tour concert series. And now the celebrity’s name has finally been revealed: Ariana Grande. In fact, from 7 to 9 August, the game will host five live concerts. And for the occasion, Epic suggests entering the game at least sixty minutes before the performance, so as to be able to enjoy the playlist of the event, which will start at least 30 minutes before the show. Having said that, knowing the appeal that Fortnite shows have on the public, you would do well to prepare yourself to participate in one of the most beautiful lives of the summer.
Ariana Grande on Fortnite: the singer is the star of the Rift Tour
In the next few days we will finally see Ariana Grande on Fortnite. The American singer, winner of two Grammy Awards, is the guest superstar of the Rift Tour concert series, which kicks off on August 7th. “Picking up and incorporating other iconic Fortnite moments, the Rift Tour will begin with Fortnite-themed experiences, where famous songs are paired with moments based on the elements of the game. Players will be able to travel side by side with their friends on a journey to magical new realities where Fortnite and Ariana meet “.
Beyond the event, which will air five times over the course of the Tour, Epic will allow players to purchase one skin inspired by Ariana Grande. This will be part of the “Icon Series”, which already includes celebrities such as LeBron James and Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, and will be available a few days before the events, so that you can wear it to attend the concert. And in order not to miss anything, Epic Games offers you the opportunity to also buy a backpack inspired by the star’s pig, Piggy Smallz.
On this occasion, players who sign up for the Fortnite Crew monthly subscription will receive some exclusive bonuses, including theRainbow Cloudrider umbrella. A notable incentive to convince you to attend the Ariana Grande concert on Fortnite. Even if there is no one, we are sure that there is no need, especially considering the success of past events. In February 2019, for example, over 10 million people attended Marshmello’s in-game concert. And in April 2020, over 12 million players attended Travis Scott’s live.
This bodes well for the performance of the American singer, with whom it seems that Epic Games is well intent on increasing the numbers of past events. And we’re pretty sure he’ll make it.