Fortnite Is Having Another Party On Saturday, This Time Dominic Fike Takes The Stage

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There's another party in the house.
There's another party in the house. Epic Games

Fortnite is having another party, and for some players it couldn’t come soon enough. Party Royale is preparing for the Spotlight Series, and this time is going to feature Dominic Fike. Fike’s performance is going to be broadcast live in-game from the Party Royale Spotlight sound stage in Los Angles this Saturday, September 12. He is going to be bringing with him hits from his acclaimed LP debut “What Could Possibly Go Wrong.”

The main performance is going to be on September 12 at 5:00 PM ET. Those who miss the event shouldn't worry, since it’s going to be rebroadcast during these times:

  • Encore 1: September 12 at 11:00 PM ET
  • Encore 2: September 13 at 1:00 PM ET

In order to get into Party Royale and watch the performance on the Main Stage, just follow these steps:

  • From the Lobby screen, press the “Change” box
    • This should be located in the bottom-right corner.
  • Modes are going to appear on-screen.
    • Choose the “Party Royale” mode tile.
    • Press “Accept.”
  • After pressing “Accept,” you should return to the Lobby screen.
    • Press “Play” to start.
  • Head to the Main Stage and wait for the event to start.
    • Use the map button while in Party Royale in order to see where you are and where the Main Stage is located.

Don't get lost now.
Don't get lost now. Epic Games

Creative Community Event

In addition to this party, Fortnite also revealed its newest community event. For September, Fortnite is going to highlight artistically themed maps. All players need to do is sent in their original and most aesthetically pleasing maps. These can be something that has already been created or brand new. However, it has to be original content, which means nothing inspired by movies, video games, or other entertainment IPs. While gameplay is not needed, the map needs to have interactive ways for players to experience and view the island.

All maps for consideration need to be submitted by September 22.

#FreeFortnite Update

If you’ve been following the news, then you should know that Fortnite has filed a suit against Apple. It all started when Epic Games launched the Fortnite Mega Drop while releasing its own payment platform. This led to the game being removed from the iOS App Store. You can read about that here.

Since then, Epic Games has filed a suit against Apple, which you learn more here. Recently, Epic Games filed a request with the court last week in the hopes of having Fortnite restored on to the App Store. Read the actual court document here.

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