Closed cinemas? No problem: Fortnite, the massively popular battle royale game, will feature virtual screenings of three Christopher Nolan movies this Friday, June 26.
Nolan’s trio of photos, which will not be available in all countries, are “Inception” with Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Ellen Page; “Batman Begins”, the 2005 movie starring Christian Bale; and “The Prestige,” starring Bale and Hugh Jackman. Epic Games announced the “Movie Nite” event on Wednesday, directing “Fortnite” players to fortnite.com/partyroyale to find times based on their location.
In the USA In the US, the movie that’s slated to be available is Nolan’s mind-blowing “Inception”, which will air on the big screen located on the game’s Party Royale Island at 8 am, 8 pm and 11:55 pm ET.
The mini-filmfest comes after the trailer for Telan’s upcoming thriller “Tenet” was released last month on “Fortnite.”
Nolan’s “The Prestige” will be available to players in countries such as the United Kingdom, Canada, Belgium, Denmark and Germany; “Batman Begins” will search for users in territories such as India, France and Brazil. “Inception”, in addition to EE. USA And Puerto Rico will be available on “Fortnite” in countries like Mexico, Japan, Egypt, Israel and the Philippines.
An Epic Games representative said the company worked with Warner Bros. and Nolan for special movie screenings.
Regarding the first movie “Fortnite” Movie Nite, Epic Games said in a blog post: “Navigating distribution rights for different countries and languages for full movies is challenging. As part of this first test, we wanted so much People will experience Movie Nite as possible. The movie you will be able to see will depend on your country, and unfortunately we were unable to reach everyone with these screenings. “
Also this week, “Fortnite” on Thursday will present a concert with Diplo with Young Thug and Noah Cyrus on the main stage of Party Royale, starting at 9 p.m. ET on June 25.
The events continue “Fortnite’s” strategy of building the game as an entertainment destination with Party Royale, which Epic Games calls “an evolving and experimental new space.” He has presented virtual concerts by artists such as Travis Scott, who broke attendance records, as well as Marshmello and Deadmau5.
“Fortnite” has more than 350 million players, according to Epic Games. Last week, the dramatic ending to Chapter 2 of Season 2 of the game featured a mega storm that plunged the game map underwater.