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How to watch Fortnite Party Royale live event

We explain how to watch Fortnite Party Royale and what reward you can get for joining in
How to watch Fortnite Party Royale live event
Epic Games has announced Fortnite Party Royale, the next live event for Fortnite fans to enjoy. The show features Dillon Francis, Steve Aoki, and deadmau5 with back-to-back-to-back sets live in-game. 

Here's how to watch the Fortnite Party Royale live event, so you don't miss out.


How to Watch Fortnite Party Royale


The Party Royale event features Dillon Francis, Steve Aoki, and deadmau5, and will take place on Friday, 8th May 2020 at 16:00 to 17:00 GMT+1.

If you can't make it to the live Party Royale event, there will be an encore show on 9th May from 09:00 to 10:00 GMT+1.

If you are unsure about how to watch Fortnite Party Royale, then it is quite easy. All you need to do is boot up Fortnite, select the “Party Royale” playlist in Battle Royale, and you are good to go. Keep in mind the event will only take place during the times above.


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Party Royale is sure to be a blast (Picture: Epic Games)


Party Royale with back-to-back-to-back sets live on the big screen at the Main Stage. Players can hit the dance floor, jump into some Party Royale activities, or simply chill out with friends.

Activities include aerial obstacle courses at Skydive Rift, Fishsticks' Boast Race, or playing around with the new Paint Launcher. 

There are no weapons or materials, as this event is all about chilling with friends and enjoying the awesome music. 

Lastly, if you log into the game any time between 8th and 11th May, you will receive the new, music-reactive Neon Wings Back Bling for free.


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The reward for logging in (Picture: Epic Games)

If you can't make the live show or encore, then another way to watch Fortnite Party Royale could be on the game's official and YouTube channels.

Epic Games is yet to confirm if there will be a live stream of the event, but there should be one.