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Fortnite’s Tones and I Soundwave series event gets underway this week

Another event not to miss coming to Fortnite

Updated: Jan 19, 2022 7:59 pm
Fortnite’s Tones and I Soundwave series event gets underway this week

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Fortnite’s ongoing Soundwave series continues soon with the arrival of Aussie artist ‘Tones and I’. Much like the other iterations, it aims to celebrate another breakout artist from across the globe in the popular battle royale. The featured artist this time around is, ‘Tones and I’, who will showcase tracks from her debut album ‘Welcome to the Madhouse’ in the game from January 21st.

If you enjoy the Soundwave Series and want to jump into this one, you will need to enter the Soundwave Series: Tones and I tile or pop in the Island code 4161-9206-0181. But don’t worry if you can’t make the show on January 21st. It will continue non-stop for 72 hours until January 24th, giving everyone plenty of time to swing by.

If you attend the show, you will receive the Soundwave Series – Tones Spray as a souvenir to remember the gig. But if you’re looking to collect a few more mementoes and don’t mind spending a few V-bucks, the ‘Tones and I’s’ Cloudy Day Lobby Track and Dance Monkey Emote will be added to the shop from midnight GMT today.

Throughout the event, players can enjoy ‘Tones and I’s’ performance in Battle Royale playlists using the Picture-in-Picture feature. However, this will only be available at certain times during those 72 hours and can be found in the settings menu. But remember, if you choose to watch using this method, you can’t engage with any of the interactive elements, so you might miss out on some of the fun. 

As mentioned, the Soundwave series is ongoing in Fortnite, and there are more artists to look forward to as the year wears on. Over the next few months, we can expect Brazilian rapper Emicida, French-Malian singer Aya Nakamura, and Japanese pop artist Gen Hoshino. They will each receive their own shows and presumably sprays and emotes.

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