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Mājas Entertainment Lady Gaga Officially Named ‘Icon’ of Fortnite Festival Season 2

Lady Gaga Officially Named ‘Icon’ of Fortnite Festival Season 2

Lady Gaga Officially Named ‘Icon’ of Fortnite Festival Season 2

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Lady Gaga arrives as Fortnite Festival’s second season headliner, with playable tracks available to perform on a special stage, Gaga-themed cosmetics, and more.

The Mother Monster herself is putting on her poker face and heading to the metaverse as Lady Gaga becomes Fortnite Festival’s second season headliner, available as of February 22. Hits like “Applause,” “Born This Way,” “Edge of Glory,” “Just Dance,” and more, all feature as playable Jam Tracks available to perform on a “Chromatica”-themed stage.

Player completing Festival Quests will earn Festival Points pushing them along the Reward Track to earn fun in-game rewards, including emotes, cosmetics, songs, custom instruments, and more.

The free Reward Track includes three more (non-Gaga) Jam Tracks (“8-Bit Beat,” “Bloom,” “Best Buds,” previously available as Fortnite Lobby Tracks) Woodworker Drums, an aura, and two new emotes.

Players purchasing the Premium Reward Track upgrade for 1,800 V-Bucks will unlock Jam Tracks “Poker Face,” Nelly’s “Ride Wit Me,” Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun,” and Topic’s “Breaking Me,” as well as Gaga-themed cosmetics, like the purple bodysuit designed by Nange Magro, and custom instruments.

In the item shop, players can purchase iconic Gaga costumes like the black leather bodysuit created by Cecilio Castrillo, the Chromatica Bass, Chromatica Mic, more emotes, and extra Jam Tracks.

Lady Gaga becomes only the second headliner for Epic Games’ Fortnite Festival mode, which debuted in late 2023 with The Weeknd.

Meanwhile, a lot more branded opportunities in Fortnite seem to be on the horizon. Disney recently announced a $1.5 billion investment in Fortnite developer Epic Games, as the brand’s “biggest foray into the game space,” according to Disney CEO Bob Iger.

“We’ve entered into a strategic relationship with Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, to not only invest in the company […] but we’re also creating a huge Disney universe,” Iger recently told CNBC, ahead of the company’s quarterly earnings call.

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