This Summer Short Nite To Fortnite Starting July 23rd The Guys bring back one of the most popular Fortnite’s Party Rally events as Short Night 2 returns on July 23. If you’re not catching it for the first time, these are definitely mini film festivals in Fornite for a while over the weekend.
It’s basically an excuse to chill out with other players and watch a few short films that you probably won’t see anywhere else, like as part of a group movie night. The first starts at 2 p.m. ET this Friday with more uptime towards the end of Friday.
This Summer Short Nite To Fortnite Starting July 23rd Bring your popcorn emot for another short film courtesy of Epic Games Grab some friends, get on the big screen, and watch some awesome animated shorts. Sit back, relax and enjoy the festivities.
The program includes two short films from the history of Guildgui, with the upcoming entry Guildgui Getdugui Gates World Premiere! (Featuring music by Emma Stevens). The total running time of the Short Night series is approximately 40 minutes and the series will repeat 48 hours continuously. (No movie tickets required; jump on it anytime!) Players will have the option to watch Short Night at Standard Battle Royale via the picture-in-picture, available at the start of Short Night and every two hours via the following.
For dialogue shorts, you can view them with subtitles in your preferred language. If you want to see subtitles, make sure to turn on in-game subtitles in Fortnite’s audio settings. And there are no recordings of these films during Short Night as a premier content creator like any other theater. Instead, invite your fans directly here! All streams or VODs of these movies may be subject to anti-piracy and DMCA regulations.
Posted by: Epic Games, Fortnight, Games, Video games | Tags: Epic Games, Fornate, Short Night 2
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