Epic buys Guitar Hero developer Harmonix to produce “musical journeys and gameplay” for Fortnite

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Fortnite will get a “musical journey and gameplay” from the studio behind Rock Band and Dance Central, as Epic Games officially acquires Harmonix.

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Epic announced the purchase in its post official blog, adding that it plans to work closely with the studio to “how to experience, produce and distribute the music.” Although it looks like its future work will be focused on bringing new ways to play with music fortnite And potentially other epic creations, Harmonix will also continue to make more Rock Band 4 DLC and put out Fuser events.

“Music is already bringing millions of people together in Fortnite, from our emotes to global concerts and events,” Epic Games VP of game development Ellen Tuscan said in Epic’s announcement. From passive listeners to active participants.”


Harmonix was founded in 1995 in Boston, Massachusetts as an independent video game studio devoted entirely to music-focused games, although it was later bought and sold by Viacom, the parent company of MTV Games.

Harmonix is ​​almost single-handedly responsible for the proliferation of plastic instruments around the world as a producer of both Guitar Hero, which was later continued by Activision’s in-house studio, and Rock Band. We’ll have to wait and see what the next chapter of this will be like as a developer in Fortnite.

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