While Fortnite has its share of detractors, the game has clearly become something of a cultural sensation. The latest evidence of this comes in the form of the game's newest concert event, featuring Travis Scott. The first of Scott's in-game concerts has just wrapped up, and Fortnite players really seemed to enjoy the show. With social distancing making it impossible for people to attend festivals and concerts at the moment, it seems that the event couldn't have come at a better time! Fortunately, those who missed the show will have a few more opportunities to check it out over the weekend.
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Keep reading to find out what Fortnite fans thought about the Travis Scott in-game concert!
People really seemed to enjoy the show!
Bro congrats on that wtf that was amazing— scorpo 🌍☄️💕®️ (@uzi310794) April 23, 2020
Fans were shocked a concert in a video game could be this fun.
trav can put on a show in real life and in a damn game! go ahead goat! @trvisXX— connor_loeb (@connorloeb69) April 23, 2020
Most fans preferred it to the last Fortnite concert.
I ain't got lie
The awesome was lit
Travis bringing the rage to fortnite
Travis scott Concert >>>>>>marshmellos— 🔥🔗 (@bryxx) April 23, 2020
Some wished it had been longer, though.
The Travis Scott was definitely better than marshmellos , just wish it was longer— Valakz 👹 (@Valxkzz) April 23, 2020
Few Fortnite events have received this strong a consensus.
the travis scott event.. OMFG LIKE IM SHOOK-— 𝐒𝐤𝐲𝐞 (@PXRPLE_SKYES) April 23, 2020
Even people that don't care for Fortnite seemed to enjoy it!
Not the biggest Fortnite fan but props where it’s due, the graphics on Travis Scott’s concert were absolutely insane— Varun (@spikyskunk) April 23, 2020
Seems like this one is gonna be hard to top.
@trvisXX best event ever— Rhiton (@CodeRhitonYT) April 23, 2020
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