Countless fans around the world want Fortnite to immortalize Juice WRLD with an in-game concert and emote. The singer’s manager has indirectly confirmed the long-awaited crossover.
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that Fortnite revolutionized gaming by hosting in-game concerts featuring the likes of Marshmello, Ariana Grande, and Travis Scott. These events have always been a huge success, and loopers are eagerly awaiting something equally spectacular in Chapter 3.
Here’s why the next artist to perform in Fortnite could be none other than the late great Juice WRLD.
Juice WRLD manager may have signed a non-disclosure agreement with Fortnite developer Epic Games
It all started when Juice WRLD manager Lil Bibby talked about a Fortnite collaboration a few months ago. She admitted to having a meeting with Epic Games about the same thing, and fans have had sky-high expectations ever since.
Thereafter, Lil Bibby retweeted a Fortnite Chapter 3 post, but eventually deleted it. She also reacted to a fan post talking about a concert and a Juice WRLD skin in Epic Games’ battle royale title.
Now, in a recent Instagram live, Juice WRLD manager Pete claimed he can’t talk about the singer’s Fortnite concert or he’ll get in trouble.
“Fortnite, if I say anything about Fortnite, I’m going to get in trouble. I can’t say anything or I’m going to get in trouble.”
From the looks of it, Juice’s manager has signed a non-disclosure agreement with epic games. This could be an indication that a Juice WRLD concert and cosmetics are already in the works and the developers don’t want anyone to spoil the surprise.
Having said that, Lil Bibby could have signed a non-disclosure agreement even if Epic Games hadn’t agreed to a crossover. The singer passed away in 2019 and many fans do not want their managers or game developers to market her music.
Epic Games has always gone to great lengths to stay out of the controversy, and it might be the reason Juice WRLD’s manager can’t talk about their reunion.
What to expect from a Juice WRLD concert in Fortnite, if it happens
Live events have been Fortnite’s area of expertise for a long time. Over the years, the quality of live events has improved significantly. Ariana Grande’s Rift Tour and Chapter 2 Season 8’s The End live event are perfect examples of the same thing.
Juice WRLD has a ton of hit songs that can be a part of your Fortnite concert. The singer also has thousands of unreleased songs and fans can expect a sneak peek/segment for them as well.
Music concerts in Fortnite are usually followed by the release of the singer skin in the Item Shop, but this might not be the case with Juice WRLD. Many of his fans feel that Epic Games should only release an emote in memory of the singer and avoid releasing his outfit.
It is worth noting that this article is based purely on speculation, and readers should take it with a grain of salt.