Fortnite players were first introduced to "Party Royale" in the game's v12.50 patch, where players were able to interact and dance with each other in-game. Due to its instant popularity, which was augmented by an in-game concert featuring Diplo and Major Lazer, Epic released it as a trial run in rapid fashion.
The premiere of "Party Royale" marks an exciting development for both gamers and Epic, as it represents the latest effort by the preeminent video game developer to enhance the Battle Royale genre. They're goal is to transform harness its flagship product into a social hub for gamers.
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