BTS stans can soon find their next music video premiere in the latest season of Fortnite, with the KPop band releasing a choreographed version on the in-game stage.
In an announcement from Epic Games, BTS will be showing off some moves as part of their latest song – some of which will be coming as emotes for Fortnite players. This means characters can customize themselves with two BTS dances over their deceased allies or enemies.
As a Party Royale-type event, the band’s appearance in the game will be similar to other guests over the main stage. Players can make their way to the big screen, where weapons and deaths would be disabled to enjoy the proceedings. This is also noticeably shorter than other events, including Christopher Nolan’s first Movie Night earlier this year where players could watch free films with their friends.
To catch the special BTS event, players need to drop into Fortnite‘s Party Royale at precisely 8 PM EST and watch the dance version of their single “Dynamite.” Ahead of time, players can buy the choreography emotes on the Items Store starting on September 23, 2020 at 8 PM EST. They can also recreate the music video over the Creative mode, through a new set made by the community. There will also be in-game BTS challenges and other “minigames” players can do with their friends in the Fortnite Creative mode.