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Fortnite leaks reveal a Kid Laroi music concert scheduled for January 2023

Get ready for another virtual in-game music concert !

The multiplayer battle royale game Fortnite has gained popularity for its creative new events, music concerts, and spectacular collaborations besides its gameplay experience. That said, as per recent rumors, another new music concert by the Australian rapper Kid Laroi is planned for later this month in Fortnite.

Kid Laroi’s music concert in Fortnite is planned for late January 2023

Epic games have been introducing virtual in-game concerts for quite some years now. The first virtual live music event featured the high-octane performance by Marshmello in Chapter 1 Season 7. Its popularity rose with major appearances of star music artists like Travis Scott and Ariana Grande in the game. And now the upcoming concert by Kid Laroi has players all hyped up for any new creative angles that it might feature.

According to Insider Gaming Fortnite will host the in-game Kid Laroi music concert on either January 24 or January 25, 2023. As already announced Creative 2.0 will roll out later this month, which also hints at the possibility of Lario’s concert being held in Creative 2.0 mode. It has also been reported by Insider Gaming that the music will be accessible for a month after the concert.

Fortnite Kid Laroi
Image via Fortnite

Given that each of the previous artists who have performed in the game has a Fortnite skin, it won’t be shocking if Epic Games also creates a Kid Laroi skin. For now, there haven’t been any official updates from the developers of the game confirming the leaks. However, players won’t have to wait for long before they can enjoy another music concert in their favorite game.

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