Fortnite to host a Juice WRLD concert: Fans have been anticipating the singer’s performance and in-game skin since Juice WRLD’s manager blogged about Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3. In 2019, Marshmello performed at Fortnite’s first-ever musical event, and the game hasn’t looked back since. According to rumors, Juice WRLD will be the following musician to perform virtually in the Battle Royale game.
Millions of fans were startled by Juice WRLD’s unexpected passing, but the artist’s legacy has been solidified by the outstanding songs he has created since 2018. Here is all the information regarding the Fortnite in-game concert that Juice’s manager Lil Bibby has teased numerous times.
Lil Bibby reacts to fan-made Fortnite x Juice WRLD post
Lil Bibby, the manager of Juice WRLD, revealed in an interview that he had met with Epic Games to discuss a concert. Need Juice WRLD on Fortnite, he declared. Although we have made every effort, we are still making progress. We were given a meeting.
Since then, followers have closely followed Bibby’s social media profiles, and the subsequent developments have encouraged them:
- Lil Bibby retweeted the official Fortnite Chapter 3 post but removed the tweet in just two hours.
- WRLDNation is an Instagram account dedicated to Juice and it talked about a potential Fortnite x Juice WRLD crossover recently. Lil Bibby responded to this post with a fire emoji.
- The description of the We’re Vibin Now loading screen in Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 reads ‘The Party Never Ends’, which is most likely the name of Juice WRLD’s upcoming album.
A new Accolade called AR-MED and DANGEROUS was mentioned by leaker iFireMonkey in a recent tweet. Which may have been a reference to Juice WRLD’s popular song Armed and Dangerous.
What to expect from a Fortnite x Juice WRLD crossover?
Saying that crossovers have drastically affected how people view Fortnite would not be an overstatement. Adding musicians like Travis Scott, Marshmello, Ariana Grande, and J Balvin has undoubtedly helped the game become more well-known on a global scale.
Come & Go, a popular song by Juice WRLD, was performed on Ariana Grande’s Rift Tour. Lil Bibby has been teasing unreleased music for more than a year, and the next performance for Fortnite may include some of these new tracks.
After the show, Juice WRLD will probably also be included as a skin, and fans will be able to buy the singer’s accessories from the Item Shop.
Juice WRLD’s impending arrival in Fortnite has so far elicited a range of reactions. While some followers think it’s the ideal method to keep the artist alive, others believe it’s insulting for anyone to make money off of someone who has died away.
Despite the divergent viewpoints, Epic Games has yet to address the situation and officially sanction the Juice WRLD crossover.
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