EDM Artist Marshmello Hosts Live Concert in Fortnite

EDM Artist Marshmello Hosts Live Concert in Fortnite

It was cooler than expected.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Feb 02, 2019 @ 02:54 PM (Staff Bios)
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Once again, the history-setting battle royale game Fortnite has done something unexpected. They hosted a live concert featuring EDM artist Marshmello.

Taking place in the fictional landscape of Pleasant Park, the popular DJ put on a live show for Fortnite players. Wearing his signature outfit, performing on a large, LED and laser covered stage, the artist performed an approximately 10-minute set, speaking to the crowd.

Throughout the set, low gravity, giant yellow orbs, and even bigger holograms were deployed into the crowd.



The short set featured a small number of Marshmello's biggest hits, including Happier, Alone, and Work Hard Every Day. He wasn't a still model the entire time either, His avatar was given full motion capture for the event, allowing for dynamic and on beat motions.

Once the show was over, everyone in attendance was thrown back into the sky to play out a normal game of Fortnite.

Honestly, it looked like a pretty cool time. And odds are, it took less effort than a real concert would have.

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