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Party Royale is one of the more underrated evolutions of Fortnite. The mode allows players to hang out, goof around, meet other players, and watch some semi-live music, together. It’s meant to be a social hub and is adding more features to bring new players in.

We’re still in the early days of Party Royale, but the future is bright. Epic are continuing to update the mode, make adjustments, and keep it fun for everyone. The future of Fortnite could very well be tied to Creative and Party Royale more than it is to the main game.

Epic hosted a weekend full of concerts during the Party Royale Premiere. Since then, players have been occupying themselves with mini-games, shows, trailers, and whatever else they want to do in this mode. On June 23, Epic announced their second concert lineup, featuring Diplo, Young Thug, and Noah Cyrus.

The concert is set to take place this Thursday, June 25 at 9 PM EST. Party Royale is evolving, so we may see some new features within this concert. The first one was a bit lackluster when you compare it to the Marshmello and Travis Scott shows, but they’re still finding their footing.

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According to data miner iFireMonkey, Epic will also be releasing several fan-favorite cosmetics ahead of the concert. The Deadfire, Desperado, Rio Grande, Frontier, Rustler, Nightlife, and the Knee Slapper Emote are all, reportedly, coming to the Item Shop on Wednesday.

The concert looks to be an unintentional nightcap to the Ninja Battles Series – assuming Ninja has worked out his Mixer situation and that the Season 3 servers can handle the tournament. We’ll see you in Party Royale!