Fortnite Might Get a Rhythm Mode Where Players Use Instruments

Players in Fortnite might be able to use instruments a Rhythm Mode according to a recent leak and we've got the information here!
Fortnite People Listening To Music While Sneaky Pancake Runs Off
Image: Epic Games

Fortnite might get a new music mode with collabs from many popular artists. It may come in a Rhythm Mode called “Festival” that has Casual & Competitive gameplayer. Apparently there will also be rewards depending on how well you do.

This was leaked by HypeX, a known Fortnite Leaker. According to them, you’ll be able to play Vocals, Guitar, Drums, or Bass in a Solo or Team experience. You will also get free rewards with these modes.

The supposed singers and songs coming are:

  • Alice Cooper – Poison
  • Fortnite Music Packs
  • Imagine Dragons – Thunder
  • Lady Gaga – Pokerface
  • Linkin Park – Numb
  • Toto – Africa

I think it’s a great idea for Fortnite to expand into music. Music is a powerful force that can bring people together and create memorable experiences. By incorporating music into Fortnite, the game can attract new players and keep existing players engaged. Additionally, the game can use music to create immersive and exciting experiences that will keep players coming back for more.

This will help the game be seen as less of a battle royale-only experience and more of a community to play games. There are a number of different ways that Fortnite can incorporate music into the game. One way is to be able to play in in-game concerts and events, similar to what the game has done in the past with artists like Travis Scott and Ariana Grande.

These events can be a great way to introduce new players to the game and to give existing players a chance to experience their favorite music in a new and exciting way.

Fortnite can also incorporate music into the game by adding music-themed items and cosmetics. These items could be anything from costumes and dances to weapons and vehicles. By adding music-themed items, Fortnite can give players a way to express their love of music and to make their characters more unique.

Jorge A. Aguilar

Jorge A. Aguilar

Jorge A. Aguilar, also known as Aggy, is the current Assigning Editor.

He started his career as an esports, influencer, and streaming writer for Sportskeeda. He then moved to GFinity Esports to cover streaming, games, guides, and news before moving to the Social team where he ended his time as the Lead of Social Content.

He also worked a writer and editor for both Pro Game Guides and Dot Esports, and as a writer for PC Invasion, Attack of the Fanboy, and Android Police. Aggy is the former Managing Editor and Operations Overseer of N4G Unlocked and a former Gaming editor for WePC.

Throughout his time in the industry, he's trained over 100 writers, written thousands of articles on multiple sites, written more reviews than he cares to count, and edited tens of thousands of articles. He has also written some games published by Tales, some books, and a comic sold to Telus International.


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