Fortnite may be the biggest spectacle now in all of video games.
Don't fret, because the folks at IGN have captured the performance in full for your viewing pleasure. The stage was set, but I figured Marshmello and Epic Games were only teaming up to debut a new song or something. For the 15-minute concert, Epic disabled all of our weapons and building capabilities so that we could enjoy the show without being griefed.
The Marshmello in-game concert on February 2 might have demolished the world record for most concurrent players on Fortnite! "So insane, thank you Epic Games and everyone who made this possible!"
On Thursday, the DJ tweeted that his fans should make their way to Pleasant Park, a location in the popular battle royale-style video Fortnite on Saturday night, suggesting that he will be performing a 'special set'. Broken up across three challenges, users will need to complete them all if they want to earn a new Fortnite icon. In this challenge, you just have to search for a Showtime Picture over the map, once you find it move closer to it hold down Use key while standing in front of that picture.More news: Brazil dam collapse death toll rises to 121
More news: Consumers: Residents can turn thermostats back up at midnight
More news: PlayStation Plus Free Games for February 2019 Announced
Until the others unlock, that leaves you to merely track down a showtime poster. Players can buy this fantastic skin from the Item Store which costs 1,500 V-Bucks.
More items: There are two more items available in the shop, including a DJ Bop skin (the female llama DJ similar to DJ Yonder) and a Nitelite outfit, the Drop the Bass emote, and a glow rider, according to Forbes.
Did you attend the Marshmello concert?