There are also a slew of art installations recreated by the Fortnite community, including the the Coachella Ferris Wheel and balloon chains.
Last year, Coachella already made a presence(Opens in a new tab) within the game, releasing Coachellathemed skins and features, including music from the festival’s artists.
Building upon the collaboration this year in a big way, Coachella Island is offering a full experience, including songs from Porter Robinson, a DJ performing at this year’s festival IRL, and a bunch of team v.
“Just like the festival IRL is a stage for musicians, Coachella Island is now a canvas for gaming creators. Fortnite provides the tools needed to invite creators and fans to participate in this creative process,” he continues.
Beyond the Island, Fortnite will offer music from this year’s headliner(Opens in a new tab) Bad Bunny and performer Burna Boy, alongside skins once again in the Item Shop, which include two new outfits.
For those missing out on the annual festival, though, a virtual recreation of the experience is coming to Fortnite, with the official launch of Coachella Island.
An alwayson experience within the game, Coachella Island is “a new destination for creatormade music and art experiences in Fortnite,” according to a press statement.
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