Epic Games has announced that a new rhythm game, “Fortnite Festival,” created by rhythm game expert Harmonix, has been released within “Fortnite.”
You can perform hit numbers by your favorite artists while the crowd cheers. When I’m not on the main stage, I like to mix hit numbers with other players on the jam session stage.
Fortnite Festival kicks off with award-winning artist The Weeknd as the featured icon for Season 1: Opening Night.
“Fortnite Festival” was created by Harmonix, an expert in rhythm games. You can jump into the notebook highway in front of an enthusiastic crowd and rhythmically capture their hearts. I want to select a song from the set list and use my favorite control method to chop up the riff on the guitar, slap on the bass, strum the keytar, or make my voice echo through the microphone.
Fortnite Festival will feature a soundtrack of global hits spanning multiple genres and decades. The Fortnite Festival also features a rotating selection of songs that can be played for free.
On the main stage, you can choose the songs for your setlist and then decide who will play lead (guitar or keytar), drums, microphone vocals, and bass. The main stage allows parties of up to 4 people.
On the Jam Stage, you can play lead loops, drum loops, Vox (vocal) loops, and bass loops from the Jam Tracks (songs that can be played at Fortnite Festival) in your locker. Fine-tune your mix and performance by adjusting tempo, key, and major/minor settings. The Jam Stage accommodates parties of up to 4 people. You can also use this jam system in Fortnite Battle Royale to create mixes during a match.
Season 1 will run from today until February 22, 2023 at 2:00 pm (Japan time). All this time, keep the beat going and unlock new instruments, jam tracks, and more with the Opening Night Festival Pass. Opening Night Festival Pass includes Free Reward Track and Premium Reward Track upgrades.