Fortnite finally comes to Google Play, plans in-game concert this week


Who’s ready for some of that sweet, sweet cross-media promotion? Because Fortnite has you covered with the announcement of Astronomical, an in-game concert featuring rap artist Travis Scott (aka Cactus Jack). The in-game show will run between April 23rd and the 25th and will feature the world premiere of the track “Astronomical” as well as promise “an other-worldly experience inspired by Cactus Jack’s creations, built from the ground up in Fortnite.”

To hype up the event, there are some new in-game cosmetics added to the Icon Series inspired by the Cactus Jack aesthetic, including outfits, emotes, and more. Additional goodies can be earned by completing in-game challenges, and those who attend the show will get an Astroworld Cyclone Glider and two unique loading screens for free.

The event will be running at a variety of times to ensure people around the globe can get their digital concert on, so make sure to check the details.

In other Fortnite news, the game has finally landed on Google Play. Previously Android players were stuck sideloading the app, subjecting their device to security risks over what analysts characterized as greed on the part of the involved companies. Apparently, Epic and the Goog have now worked all that out.

source: official site. Cheers, TJ!
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