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New music and movie events announced for Fortnite's Party Royale social video game mode

Fresh music and movie events have just been announced for the Fortnite video game’s social Party Royale mode which was created for social interactions in a non-violent virtual space.

The first event is a concert called Diplo Presents: Thomas Wesley. It’ll feature live performances by Diplo, Young Thug, and Noah Cyrus and will kick off tomorrow. Local times can be viewed here.

The second event is Fortnite Party Royale’s first ever movie screenings. Three of Christopher Nolan’s movies, Inception, Batman Begins, or The Prestige, will be available to view within the mode though availability is limited depending on region due to streaming rights. Times and movies can be viewed here.

It’s important to note that the music and movie events take place at different locations on the Party Royale island. Concerts typically take place on the Main Stage screen which is the colorful screen area on the beach with the giant holographic projections. The movie screenings are held on the other end of the island at the Big Screen which is relatively plain movie screen with stadium seating.

June has been a pretty big month for the Fortnite video game on Xbox One and all of its other supported platforms. Chapter 2 Season 1 ended with a bang, Chapter 2 Season 3 has begun in earnest with Week 2’s challenges going live tonight, and popular Twitch streamer, Loserfruit, got her very own Fortnite skin.

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