Another innovation is coming to Fortnite, which has been making a name for itself since its release. American singer and songwriter Bruno Mars enters the world of battle royale with an in-game dance.
Bruno Mars is one of many celebrities who entered the virtual world of Fortnite. Before Marvel Adding many important personalities such as characters to his universe, Fortnite, This time, the famous singer Bruno Mars will be transferred to the battle royale.
Will be available tomorrow
Today, the developer Epic Games, Announced that he has a work for Fortnite that will focus on the singer’s song “Leave the Door Open”. The work in question will be a new Mars emote (an in-game dance). It will go on sale on April 3 for Turkey. Players in America will be able to purchase from 20.00.
Fortnite brought broadcasters such as Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and many big names such as Brazilian football star Neymar into the game. The Fortnite universe is increasingly becoming a place full of real world stars. Especially recently, musicians have become a major focus for the game. Even if it is mostly accompanied by dance; music, Fortnite It has reached a very important point for
As you may remember, Marshmello and Travis Scott had previously held large in-game concerts with millions of virtual attendees. Famous Korean music group BTS, on the other hand, released a music video. Bruno Mars is ready to join these names. Epic Games even designed its own music stage to attract more such names. Fortnite is growing in this context and can attract people from almost all walks of life.
Who is Bruno Mars?
Peter Gene Hernandez, or stage name Bruno Mars October 8, 1985 is born. American singer and songwriter is also a producer. He is known for his contributions to BoB’s “Nothin ‘on You” and Travie McCoy’s “Billionaire”. He is also one of the authors of Flo Rida’s hit song “Right Round”.
The songs Just The Way You Are, The Lazy Song and Grenade released by the singer also attracted great attention. Some of these were in the 1st place on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on January 18, and at the 1st on the Billboard Digital Songs chart. Bruno Mars was also awarded the Grammy Award in 2018.