BTS' hit single Dynamite to premiere on Fortnite with an exclusive choreography and two new emotes.
ARMYs! Bring a friend, join the crowd and groove to BTS’ hit single Dynamite as it arrives in Fortnite’s Party Royale island on Saturday (Sep 26) at 8am SGT.
The Fortnite premiere will feature an exclusive music video choreography version of Dynamite, the first full-length English track from the global K-pop group.
You can break out those Dynamite dance moves in style with two new emotes choreographed by BTS, which will be available in the game’s item shop from Sep 24 at 8am SGT.
For ARMYs who will miss the premiere or the fans who just can’t get enough, you can join the rebroadcast at the game’s main stage, happening on Sep 26 at 8pm SGT.
And who can forget the retro aesthetics of this catchy tune? Jump into the world of Dynamite with a re-creation of the music video in Fortnite Creative.
Epic Games, home to popular battle-royale game Fortnite, made the announcement of its partnership with BTS on Sep 21.
The group is the latest musical act to partner with Fortnite, following the likes of Marshmello and Travis Scott. Introduced earlier this year, Party Royale is a virtual, violence-free space for artists and players alike to kick back and enjoy.
While physical concerts are a no-go, you can still enjoy this virtual concert and light it up like a dy-na-na-na, na-na, na-na, dynamite!
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