Eminem in Fortnite? Check out his live in-game performance on Dec 3


Fortnite is no stranger to hosting concerts from some of the world's biggest artistes, having had performances from major names like Ariana Grande, Marshmello, and Travis Scott. — Photos: Epic Games

Battle royale game Fortnite will be featuring an in-game live performance by rapper Eminem as part of its Big Bang event on Dec 2 (Dec 3 in Malaysia).

According to the game’s developer, Epic Games, the event will start at 2pm Eastern Standard Time (3am in Malaysia), though users will be able to join the battle royale title 30 minutes earlier to equip their cosmetics beforehand.

The performance will be available for free to all players.

In the lead up to the event, three character skin cosmetics featuring the artiste have also been made available for purchase at the in-game item shop.

These character skins use the likenesses of Eminem's various personas, including his classic Slim Shady look (priced at 1,900 V-Bucks), superhero-styled Rap-Boy (1,500 V-Bucks), and Marshall Never More (1,500 V-Bucks), based on his outfit on the album cover of Music To Be Murdered By.

The classic Slim Shady look is priced at 1,900 V-Bucks, superhero-styled Rap-Boy at 1,500 V-Bucks), and Marshall Never More at 1,500 V-Bucks.The classic Slim Shady look is priced at 1,900 V-Bucks, superhero-styled Rap-Boy at 1,500 V-Bucks), and Marshall Never More at 1,500 V-Bucks.

Players who attend the Big Bang event will also unlock an additional outfit Style for the Marshall No More skin. The Style is called Marshall Magma.

Fortnite is no stranger to hosting concerts from some of the world's biggest artists, having had performances from major names like Ariana Grande, Marshmello, and Travis Scott.

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