BTS Dynamite choreography music video to premiere in Fortnite Party Royale

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BTS Dynamite on Fortnite
Will the internet be able to take the strain? (pic: Epic Games)

Fortnite’s biggest music exclusive so far will see K-pop sensation BTS premiere a new video and get two official Fortnite emotes.

The Party Royale mode in Fortnite has already been used to host some major music events, such as the time 12 million people turned out to watch Travis Scott, but that’s going to be nothing compared to the numbers tuning in for Korean pop sensation BTS.

Dynamite was the band’s first song to be recorded entirely in English and has already managed to break the internet once, becoming YouTube’s most viewed music video in its first 24 hours with 101.1 million views (a month later and it’s now on 381 million views).

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The song also beat Taylor Swift’s Cardigan for the biggest debut of 2020 and become the group’s first number one in the States – although it only got to number three in the UK.

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The Choreography version of the music video – featuring a whole new dance routine – will premiere on Friday, September 25 at 1am BST (i.e. technically Saturday) so you’re going to get your chance to prove you’re a real fan by staying up for that one.

The video will be shown in Fortnite’s Party Royale mode, where’s it’s impossible to attack anyone and which has already proven popular for watching concerts and movies – it’s even been mooted it could be used for political rallies in the future.

After the video has premiered there’ll be a showing of Dynamite (Tropical Remix) as part of an afterparty that will feature ‘karaoke graphics’ (just remember, you still won’t be able to shoot anyone).

Before that though, from Thursday, 24 September at 1am, you can buy a bundle of two BTS themed emotes for 800 V-bucks (around £6).

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