Fortnite players, get ready for Coachella! According to a recent announcement from Epic Games, the company has partnered with the annual music and arts festival Coachella to provide festival-inspired skins and soundtracks to the popular battle royale game.
Epic Games has announced that to correspond with the two weekends of the music festival, it will release two new sets of Fortnite skins. At 8 PM ET on April 14, or 5:30 AM IST on April 15, the first Coachella merchandise drop occurred.
Accessories for both the Wilder and Lyric Outfits are included. The Wilder Outfit is accessorized with the Finfin Back Bling, Neon Biter Pickaxe, and Finfin Flair Wrap, all of which feature sharks.
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The Wilder Outfit has a music-responsive alternative style called the Cosmic Equalizer.
The Swaguaro Back Bling and Festival Shredder Pickaxe, on the other hand, are responsive to music and are part of the Lyric Outfit. According to Epic Games, the Lyric Outfit, like the Wilder Outfit, includes the reactive Cosmic Equalizer alternative Style.
When April 21 at 8 PM ET (or April 22 at 5:30 AM PT), the second Coachella item drop will go live. The Alto and Poet Outfits, along with their coordinating accessories, are included.
Both of these things respond to music in different ways. Among the Alto, Outfits are the Softest Electropalm Pickaxe and the Sonic Vibes Back Bling.
But the Poet Outfits have items like the Mainstage Wrap, the Tactical Crusher Pickaxe, and the Back Bling for the Astronaut Helmet.
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Fortnite with a Coachella soundtrack
In addition, Epic Games announced that from April 14 to May 16, Fortnite players may listen to artists performing at Coachella 2022 in-game via the Icon Radio in their Joyride cars.
Over 30 bands performing at Coachella 2022 will have their music played on the game’s Icon Radio, the developer stated.
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