Latest Fortnite Festival Songs Add Juice WRLD And Others To The Game

Epic Games has announced the latest tracks that will be coming to Fortnite Festival this week. Rapper Juice WRLD is one of the most highly requested collaborations among the Fortnite community, with many hoping to see him immortalized as an Icon skin in the future. While an Icon skin has yet to hit the Item Shop, the next Fortnite Festival update will see Juice WLRD finally come to Fortnite with two songs. These tracks will be his incredibly popular hits Lucid Dreams, and Come & Go, with them having 2.4 billion and 929 million plays on Spotify respectively.

In addition to Juice WRLD, artists such as DMX, Jimmy Eat World, Katy Perry, and Pi!nk will make their Fortnite Festival debuts. You can check out the full list of tracks that will be added this week below.

  • Darude – Sandstorm
  • DMX – X Gon’ Give It To Ya
  • Jimmy Eat World – The Middle
  • Juice WRLD – Lucid Dreams
  • Juice WRLD W/Marshmello – Come & Go
  • Katy Perry – Firework
  • P!nk – So What
  • Saint Jhn – Roses (Imanbek Remix)

As with previous Fortnite Festival Jam Track releases, they will go live on Thursday’s Item Shop rotation at 8 pm EST/12 am GMT. All of the new tracks will be available to play for free upon release and then after that will be cycled out over the course of the next week with some being featured each day before becoming part of the regular track rotation. If you want to play the songs at any time or use them in Battle Royale you can purchase them from the Item Shop for 500 V-Bucks each.

Since its release with Fortnite Chapter 5 Season 1 in December 2023, Harmonix and Epic Games have been regularly updating Fortnite Festival with new songs every week. The long-term goal of Fortnite Festival is to have a library of thousands of songs as well as plastic instruments and UEFN support in 2024.

So far the likes of Green Day, Blink-182, Lady Gaga, The Weeknd, and U2 have made appearances in Fortnite Festival, with last week’s tracks catering to Millennials as the likes of Disturbed, Paramore, and Panic At The Disco were added to the mode. Although last week was one of the best weeks so far for Fortnite Festival in terms of song selection, Epic Games continues to aim to top its previous releases with more highly-requested artists coming to the game.

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