Fortnite Brings TikTok’s Viral Dance Don’t Start Now to In-Game

Fortnite, a multiplatform battle royale game developed by Epic Games, is the most popular battle royale game and is characterized by using the emote feature, and the latest is the viral TikTok dance “Don’t Start Now“.

The emote feature in the current battle royale game allows players to express themselves in a movement and dance.

Many new dances have been added to the game Fortnite, this is based on the dance that was popular on the TikTok platform.

It is also reported that Epic Games has now added a “Don’t Start Now” emote to the Fortnite in-game store.

The emote was inspired by the dance moves of British pop star Dua Lipa.

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The movement was first created by a choreographer from Australian dancer and TikTok user Hannah “thexhan” Balanay.

The Don’t Start Now emote dance move is now available at in-game stores for 500 V-Bucks.

Thexhan initially only intended to post the dance to TikTok in January 2020 last year.

However, the dance went viral and many other TikTok users followed the dance, and finally Thexhan taught others how to do the dance.

In the upload, the dance has been liked by 6.5 million other users, 363.7 thousand shares, and 34.3 thousand comments.

This is not the first time a Fortnite game has introduced viral dance into the game, before adapting the Don’t Start Now dance Fortnite has also added dance moves from TikTok such as Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage”, “Say So” by Doja Cat, “Dynamite” from BTS, and many more.

Source: Twitter

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