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A history of the Fortnite dance trend, and the top 9 Fortnite dances you should check out. - by Rhys McKay

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 5 years, you’ve probably heard of Fortnite. It’s made appearances all over the news, millions of children play it day in and day out, and it’s even gotten cameos in massive blockbusters like Avengers: Endgame. There’s no denying that Fortnite is one of the biggest cultural phenomena of our generation. In this article, we’re going to take a look at one of its most noticeable cultural artifacts: The Fortnite dances.

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What Is Fortnite?

Fortnite is a multiplayer third-person shooter video game by publisher and developer Epic Games. The game was released in 2017, and consists of three separate game modes: Fortnite: Save the World, Fortnite Battle Royale, and Fortnite Creative.

Fortnite Battle Royale is by far the most popular of the three modes. It’s a free-to-play battle royale game in which 100 players battle for survival in a large open-world map.  

Players start in a ‘Battle Bus’ that transports them high above the battlefield. They can drop at any one of a variety of locations on the map. Once they hit the ground, they have to scavenge for supplies, build fortifications for defence, and fend off other enemies, all while being pushed ever inward by a storm that spells certain death for players caught in it.


Fortnite has achieved mass popularity, with an estimated 250 million registered players. The game is available on virtually all current-generation gaming platforms, including Windows, Mac, Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and even iOS and Android.

What Are Fortnite Dance Moves?

Like many multiplayer video games today, Fortnite features ‘emotes’, which allow players to pose their characters for other players. These emotes range from simple gestures like waving your hand, to complex animations that mimic dance moves.

Some Fortnite dances came with the game when it was new, and more have been added over the past few years. Each Fortnite dance can be purchased with V-bucks, an in-game currency that can be purchased for real money. They don’t give competitive advantages in the game, but they’re fun to pull off, especially when taunting your enemies.

Even without any real gameplay use, the dances have become an incredibly popular part of the game, and in last year’s ‘Fortnitemares’ Halloween event, players were invited to visit gargoyles throughout the map, where they’d strut their stuff with the game’s dance moves in order to complete extra Challenges. 

How Did The Trend Start? 

While Fortnite dances have been around since the game was launched in mid-2017, the trend of actually dancing these moves in real life only really came around in 2018. 

It began on March 30, 2018, when Epic Games launched a contest called the ‘Boogiedown Challenge’, in which players would upload videos of themselves on social media with the hashtag #BoogieDown. The winner of the contest would get their dance recreated in the game as a dance emote, while other winners got V-bucks and cosmetic customisation items for their game characters.

Because of the contest, social media was flooded with videos of children and teenagers showing off their dance moves. Video game media outlets were first on the scene in covering the phenomenon, and then it exploded into the mainstream news.

Today, Fortnite dance videos are incredibly popular, with many dance challenge videos and GIFs of people trying to mimic new dances whenever they come out.

The Fortnite Dances You Need To Know About

Boogie Down

How To Do The Boogie Down Dance In Real Life (Fortnite Dance Tutorial #15) | Learn How To Dance

The Boogie Down emote is the winning submission to the Boogiedown Challenge by Twitter user populutus. This move is acquired by simply securing your Fortnite account with two-factor authentication.

Best Mates

When You Go Out With Your Best Mates

With its wide, high-kneed steps and weird stance, Best Mates might look more like an exercise routine than an actual dance. Best Mates is based on a dance invented in 2016 by Viner Marlon Webb.


How to Do The Backpack Kid Dance (THE FLOSS) | Deepak Tulsyan Dance Tutorial

The floss dance, also known as flossing, is exactly as its name suggests. Its swinging arm motions from back to front and side to side resemble the act of flossing a giant tooth. The dance was invented in May 2010 by YouTuber Ryan Mayall, and was popularised by ‘Backpack Kid’ Russell Horning, who performed it on an episode of Saturday Night Live alongside Katy Perry.

Turk's Dance

Scrubs - Turk Dance HD

Fortnite’s default dance is known as ‘Dance Moves,’ and is lifted from the dance moves of the character Turk from the series Scrubs, who performs the funky dance in one episode.

Electro Shuffle

BTS and Jimmy Fallon Do the Fortnite Dance Challenge

A classic street dance that made the rounds in Parisian nightclubs, the Electro Shuffle is one of Fortnite’s most iconic dances. It’s popular enough that Jimmy Fallon and K-pop group BTS actually performed it on air!


The Robot Dance In Fortnite

The jerky, mechanical, and highly flexible moves of the Fortnite Robot dance are a tribute to a dance of the same name that originated in the 1960s. The original Robot became popular when Michael Jackson performed it in 1973 as part of the Jackson 5.

Fresh Dance

Fresh - Fortnite Battle Royale (Dance Emote)

Fans of the classic sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air would instantly recognise Carlton’s wacky moves in Fortnite’s Fresh Dance. The Fresh Dance pays tribute to actor Alfonso Ribeiro’s original dance, which was inspired by Bruce Springsteen and Eddie Murphy’s moves. 



The Flapper dance is named after the flapper, a generation of women in the 1920s who disregarded the conservative norms of the era, rebelling with makeup, cigarettes, an extravagant lifestyle, and sexual liberation. Flappers were associated with a dance known as the Charleston dance, which involves wide arm movements in sync with dainty, carefree steps, just like the Fortnite Flapper dance.

Orange Justice

The REAL Fortnite Boogie Down Winner: Orange Shirt Kid (Original)

The Orange Justice dance was invented by ‘Orange Shirt Kid’, who submitted the dance as his entry to the Boogiedown Challenge. He didn’t win the actual contest, but his dance was vastly more popular on social media. After much clamouring by fans, Epic finally included the Orange Justice dance in a later patch.

Dance Off!

All these Fortnite dances are fun to pull off, and some require a surprising amount of coordination. You can never go wrong with a bit of exercise in your life, so if you’ve taken a liking to any of these dances, don’t be afraid to strut your stuff!

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Fortnite dances list: All Tiktok emotes & Icon Series songs

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Fortnite dances are some of the most popular emotes you can get, with many based on viral TikTok trends or popular songs on the charts – here are all of the ones released so far.

As well as epic crossover skins featuring everyone from Ariana Grande to Spider-Man, Fortnite also features loads of well-known songs that are available to purchase as popular dance emotes.

After all, there’s no better feeling than scoring a Victory Royale and busting out dance moves to one of your favorite songs, whether that’s Dua Lipa’s Don’t Start Now or Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up.

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Below, we’ve rounded up all of the dance emotes, including TikTok trends and Icon Series, that you can get in Fortnite so far.

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There are loads of dance crazes and viral songs in Fortnite.

All dance emotes & TikTok emotes in Fortnite

Emote Song Cost
Bim Bam Boom Bim Bam toi by Carla 500 V-Bucks
Blinding Lights Blinding Lights by The Weekend 500 V-Bucks
Build Up Build A B*tch by Bella Poarch 500 V-Bucks
Chicken Wing It The Chicken Wing Beat by Ricky Desktop 500 V-Bucks
Copines Copines by Aya Nakamura 500 V-Bucks
CrazyBoy 500 V-Bucks
Crossbounce Kẻ Cắp Gặp Bà Già (DJ Long Nhat Remix) by Hoàng Thùy Linh 500 V-Bucks
Dance Monkey Dance Monkey by Tones And I 300 V-Bucks
Don’t Start Now Don’t Start Now by Dua Lipa 500 V-Bucks
Dynamic Shuffle 500 V-Bucks
Everybody Loves Me Teach Me How To Dougie by Cali Swag District 500 V-Bucks
Feel The Flow Toco Toco To by Dixson Waz 500 V-Bucks
Fishin’ 500 V-Bucks
Forget Me Not Forget Me Nots by Patrice Rushen 500 V-Bucks
Freedom Wheels Skate by Silk Sonic 500 V-Bucks
Frolic 500 V-Bucks
Gangnam Style Gangnam Style by PSY 500 V-Bucks
Get Gone 500 V-Bucks
Get Griddy Right Foot Creep by NBA YoungBoy 500 V-Bucks
Gloss 500 V-Bucks
Go Mufasa BOP by DaBaby 500 V-Bucks
Hang Loose Celebration Part of the Chapter 2 Season 6 Battle Pass
Head Banger SICKO MODE by Travis Scott & Drake 300 V-Bucks
Hey Now! Iko Iko (My Bestie) by Justin Wellington 500 V-Bucks
Hit It Hit the Quan by iLoveMemphis 500 V-Bucks
I Like To Move It I Like To Move It by Reel 2 Real & The Mad Stuntman 500 V-Bucks
I’m Diamond Dynamite by BTS 800 V-Bucks
In Da Party In Da Getto by J Balvin and Skrillex 500 V-Bucks
It’s A Vibe Alors on danse by Stromae 300 V-Bucks
It’s Dynamite! Dynamite by BTS 800 V-Bucks
Jabba Switchway BOP by DaBaby 500 V-Bucks
Jiggle Jiggle Jiggle Jiggle by Duke & Jones and Louis Theroux 500 V-Bucks
Jug Band Poker Face by Lady Gaga 500 V-Bucks
Jump Around Jump Around by House of Pain 400 V-Bucks
Keep It Mello Free as part of the Showtime Challenges
Last Forever Last Forever by Ayo & Teo 500 V-Bucks
Lazer Blast 500 V-Bucks
Leave The Door Open Leave The Door Open by Silk Sonic 500 V-Bucks
Leilt Elomr Leilt El Omr (ليلة العمر) by Hamaki 500 V-Bucks
Marsh Walk 500 V-Bucks
Maximum Bounce Vibr8 by Marshmello 500 V-Bucks
Monster Mash Monster Mash by Bobby “Boris” Pickett 500 V-Bucks
My World Fly N Ghetto by Ayo & Teo 500 V-Bucks
Never Gonna Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley 500 V-Bucks
Ninja Style 300 V-Bucks
Onda Onda Tesouro Do Pirata by Tchakabum 500 V-Bucks
Out West Out West by the JackBoys 500 V-Bucks
Poki 500 V-Bucks
Pull Up ROCKSTAR by DaBaby 500 V-Bucks
Pump Me Up About Damn Time by Lizzo 300 V-Bucks
Pump Up The Jam Pump Up The Jam by Technotronic 500 V-Bucks
Roller Vibes Kiss Me More by Doja Cat & SZA 1,200 V-Bucks (built-in to the Joy Skin)
Rollie Rolex by Ayo & Teo 500 V-Bucks
Rushin’ Around Rasputin by Boney M 500 V-Bucks
Savage Savage by Megan Thee Stallion 500 V-Bucks
Say So Say So by Doja Cat 500 V-Bucks
Smeeze In My City by KingMostWanted 500 V-Bucks
Socks 500 V-Bucks
Steady Own Brand Freestyle by FelixThe1st & Dreya Mac Only available in the Chapter 3: Season 3 Battle Pass
Stuck Up by Cardi B 500 V-Bucks
Sway 500 V-Bucks
The Flow alternative woah challenge by Adam Rose 500 V-Bucks
The Macarena Macarena by Los Del Río 500 V-Bucks
The Pollo Dance 300 V-Bucks
The Renegade Lottery by K Camp 500 V-Bucks
The Silencer 200 V-Bucks
Toosie Slide Toosie Slide by Drake 500 V-Bucks
Triumphant Triunfo by Emicida 500 V-Bucks
Wake Up Lit Right Now by Ayo & Teo 500 V-Bucks
Wanna See Me Whole Lotta Choppas by Sada Baby 500 V-Bucks
Wu-Tang Is Forever C. R.E.A.M. by Wu-Tang Clan 300 V-Bucks

When is Stuck (Up by Cardi B) emote returning to Fortnite?

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Stuck is quickly becoming one of the rarest Fortnite emotes.

While most of these dance emotes have made regular appearances in the Fortnite Shop, one emote that hasn’t returned since its debut in September 2021 is Stuck, the dance to Cardi B’s hit song Up.

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Despite many players asking Epic Games to bring it back to the game, it’s still nowhere to be seen. In fact, it’s now been over a year since it last appeared in the Shop.

There’s no confirmed reason for this, but it could be that the song was only meant to appear in the game once, or Epic could be saving its return for a future event. No one knows, but hopefully, it returns soon.

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  1. Fortnite dance expenses and emotes
  2. general dances and emotes
  3. unusual emotes and dances
  4. Sizzlin'
  5. Call Me
  6. Feelin' Jaunty
  7. Rock Paper Scissors
  8. Ikonik dance
  9. Air Horn
  10. T-Pose
  11. Happy Pump06 Fist050002 Launched by Epic Games in July 2017, Fortnite, a free-to-play cross-platform battle royale game, has gained worldwide popularity in a short period of time thanks to its vivid storyline, high-tech graphics, and the introduction of new game modes. Also in the gameplay of the "Royal Battle" there is an opportunity to express yourself through dance emotions. Many Fortnite dances are an item required to complete quests.

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    Part of the gameplay of Fortnite belongs entirely to music. These are special promotions that precede the launch of a separate season, and collaborations with leading musicians invited to special events in the gaming space, and emotions, with the help of which each gamer can celebrate a victory over an opponent or greet a friendly team.

    Emotes can be created by Fortnite players, game fans or anyone else.

    Also, the developers use the names, songs and dance moves of the star performers from show business. The table shows all types of dances that can be used by gamers.

    Dancing & emotions grading and pricing in Fortnite
    Specification Price Where to buy
    Standard Free Fortnite game
    Unusual 200 V-Bucks Fortnite game store
    Rare 500 V-Bucks Fortnite game store
    Epic 800 V-Bucks Fortnite game store

    General dances and emotes

    The start of the game in Fortnite is marked by a free emote "Dancing!". Each new user gets the opportunity to mark their presence in the Royal Battles with simple dance moves.

    Unusual emotions and dances

    Unusual dancing & emotions are available to players for the in-game currency - V-Bucks. Musical compositions have their own unique style and are designed to characterize a particular action of a gamer.


    You can try roasting burger meat with Sizzlin’. And then perform this dance with a team of friends, intimidating rivals. The Burger Lord first appeared in the 9th season of Fortnite.

    Call Me

    Stay connected even when you're not online. The Call Me emote will tell your teammates that it's time to take a timeout and reload the guns.

    Feelin' Jaunty

    Season 11 of Fortnite introduces the Winner's Walk. Step along with Feelin' Jaunty towards your dream, overcoming obstacles.

    Rock Paper Scissors

    Play Rock-Paper-Scissors with your friends to determine the winner in a fair competition. This emote first appeared in the 3rd season of Fortnite.

    Ikonik dance

    Gamers' favorite character Ikonik performs the best dances of Fortnite season 8.

    Air Horn

    The trumpet call of the Air Horn, announcing your location, will help your teammates find you. But this furious sound can also attract game rivals.


    Freeze in a T-pose with your arms wide apart and your opponent may not be able to distinguish you from part of the game landscape.

    Fist Pump

    Fortnite season 5 has a Winner emote. Energetic waving of the arms during the dance will tell you that this skating rink is behind you.

    Slap Happy

    Happy dance claps can tell about your good mood and good spirits before the upcoming match.

    Raining Doubloons

    A rain of real doubloons (gold coins) that a lucky player scatters with both hands is an emote added to the game during the celebration of St. Patrick's Day.


    The Jubilation dance is one of the brightest emote in the game. Its unusual rarity will allow you to express a good mood in full force.


    The Floss Dance could be obtained in Fortnite Season 2 by completing the 49 Battle Pass. It was first performed by the teenager Backpack Kid, who became a member of the show Katy Perry.

    Rare emotes and dances

    Rare dancing & emotions are available to players for the in-game currency V-Bucks in the Fortnite in-game store. Each of them has a unique style and is designed to characterize one or another action of the gamer.

    Knee Slapper

    Cowboy dances in the Wild West appeared in the game in the 6th season. Clap to the beat of your own rhythmic dance moves.

    Fancy Feet

    Move, move, move, and your feet will lead you to victory with the Fancy Feet emote.

    On the Hook

    The rare "On the Hook" emote will show who pulled the ice rink. If your opponent is On the Hook, victory is in your pocket. Dance and drag the caught fish.

    Orange Justice

    The Orange Judgment Dance was introduced in Season 4. There are several versions of his appearance in Fortnite.

    One of them tells about a boy in an orange shirt who became the first performer of a dance he invented.

    In his version of Orange Justice and appeared on the Internet.


    The Baller sports emote appeared in the 4th game season and immediately fell in love with all Fortnite gamers.


    The "Boneless" dance was presented by the famous UFC fighter Conor McGregor, after which Boneless appeared in the in-game store and became the favorite emote of the players.


    "Perpetual Motion", "Fidget" - as soon as they do not call this emote. Enough time has passed since its appearance in the game, but the popularity of Rambunctious among Fortnite players is only growing.

    Keep it Mello

    Marshmallow Dance was added to the game after the DJ Marshmallow event. To get it, you had to pass the tests of the Concert. Marshmallow energy is charged with positive emotions and drive. Raise your hand and you will feel a surge of vivacity along with DJ Mello.


    Fans of "Aerobics" developers have introduced emote Zany. This dance can be found in the Fortnite in-game store.


    Emote Wiggle's undulating motions will help you secure your victory in the best possible way. The Hinged Dance can be purchased from the Fortnite in-game store.

    Electro Swing

    Swing and get electro powered. Old school fans will find dance Electro Swing in the Fortnite in-game store.

    Epic Dancing & Emotions

    Epic dancing & emotions are available to players for the in-game currency V-Bucks in the Fortnite in-game store. Each musical composition has a unique style and is designed to characterize one or another action of the hero.


    "Dance of the Nutcracker" appeared in the 7th game season under the motto: "For someone to dance like cracking nuts." Suitable for Nutcracker or Shell skin.

    True Heart

    Disco emote "True Heart" is dynamic and spectacular. Creates a light moody flair. Will decorate the locker of any hero or heroine of Fortnite.

    Phone It In

    Phone It In is an epic emote for jazz lovers. It's called "Saxophonist". High-quality emote for the heroes of Fortnite.


    The energy of dance and vitality for lovers of movement and vivid emotions is presented by the developers in the form of Vivacious.


    Zombie emote from girl band Necrophilia found its way into Fortnite. The incarnation of Reanimated in the gaming space went with a bang. The high-quality emote appealed to both experienced Battle Royale players and new gamers.

    Smooth Moves

    A quality emote for the Smooth Moves launch pad will allow you to arrange a real dance battle. Everyone who finds themselves in the rhythm of this dance will feel like stylish and fashionable characters.

    Boogie Down

    Dance with everyone using the free emote Boogie Down. To get it, you need to enable two-step authorization in the game.


    The American series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air has become another emote supplier for Battle Royale. Stylish and incendiary music has made Fresh the favorite dance of Fortnite gamers.

    Star Power

    The energetic star power of emote Star Power is enhanced by the glow of a rainbow. Whoever uses it is a real superstar. No autographs please.

    Llama Bell

    Emote Llama Bell is dedicated to the most important symbol of the Fortnite game - Lama. The game legend says that the one who uses this emote finds Lam more often, and Lama is a mysterious and random creature.

    Disco Fever

    Passionate disco came to Fortnite from the distant 70s. 20th century

    However, Disco Fever is still able to make anyone who wants to be the star of the dance floor.

    Electro Shuffle

    Electro Shuffle has an original artist, a teenage girl. Thanks to her, the incendiary emote has become a great addition to the Fortnite dance collection. Express yourself on the battlefield!

    Promotional dances and emotions

    In addition to paid store dancing & emotions, there are also promotional compositions in the game. Among them are:

    1. Boogie Down. In 2018, the developer Epic Games presented a free emoji dance, which could be received by every user of the Royal Battle by enabling 2-factor authentication to protect the game account. The news was launched on the official Twitter of the developer.
    2. Freestylin'. This free emote was given out to Fortnite gamers for linking their game account to Twitch Prime in 2018.
    3. Hot Marat. The new Hot Marat emote was created as a result of a collaboration between Epic Games and Disney in 2018. Each player could get it for free as part of an ongoing promotion in the in-game store.
    4. Take the Elf. The free "Christmas Mood" emote was timed to coincide with the New Year's Fortnite 14 Days Challenge, and every player could get it for free for completed tasks in 2019.

    List of all dances and emotes

    Battle Royale Fortnite has multiple seasons, each with its own distinct dancing & emotions.

    Season 7

    Season 7 Emotion Dance:

    • Golf Clap;
    • Shimmer;
    • Mic Drop;
    • Get Funky;
    • Free Flow;
    • Cat Flip;
    • Point It Out;
    • Backstroke;
    • Ground Pound;
    • Accolades;
    • WayPoint;
    • Wing Tip;
    • Clean Groove;
    • Crackdown;
    • Fandangle;
    • Jam Boree;
    • Knee Slapper;
    • Mime Time;
    • Overdrive;
    • Showstopper;
    • Unwrapped;
    • Marsh Walk;
    • Take the Elf;
    • Keep It Mello;
    • Air Horn;
    • Bobbin';
    • Cheer Up;
    • Daydream;
    • Flux;
    • Lazy Shuffle;
    • Mind Blown;
    • Shaolin Sit-Up;
    • Glowsticks;
    • IDK;
    • Slick;
    • Whirlwind.

    season 6

    Emotion-dance of the 6th season:

    • Regal Wave;
    • Running Man;
    • Slitherin';
    • Flamenko;
    • Glitter Up;
    • Bombastic;
    • Behold;
    • Busy;
    • Crazy Feet;
    • Criss Cross;
    • Drop the Bass;
    • Denied;
    • Electro Swing;
    • Headbanger;
    • Hot Marat;
    • Howl;
    • Llamacadabra;
    • Phone It In;
    • Scorecard;
    • Smooth Moves;
    • Somethings Stinks;
    • Spike it;
    • Sprinkler;
    • Tai Chi;
    • T-Pose;
    • Treat Yourself.

    Season 5

    Season 5 Emotes:

    • Gentleman’s Dab;
    • You're Awesome;
    • Swipe It;
    • Calculated;
    • Breakdown;
    • Boogie Down;
    • Capoeira;
    • Fancy Feet;
    • Flipping' Incredible
    • Go! Go! Go!
    • Hand Signals;
    • On the Hook;
    • Hula;
    • Intensity;
    • Job well done;
    • Living large;
    • Llama Bell;
    • Pumpernickel;
    • Shake it Up;
    • Hot Stuff;
    • Dance Therapy;
    • Praise the Tomato;
    • Twist;
    • Work it out;
    • Battle Call;
    • Fist Pump;
    • Hitchhiker;
    • My Idol;
    • Vivacious.

    Season 4

    Season 4 Emotion Dance:

    • Orange Justice;
    • Popcorn;
    • Respect;
    • Hype;
    • Groove Jam;
    • Baller;
    • Boneless;
    • Bring it;
    • Chicken;
    • Click!;
    • Infinite Dab;
    • dip;
    • Eagle;
    • Freestylin;
    • Kick Ups;
    • Laugh it Up;
    • Pop Lock;
    • Rambunctious;
    • Rawr;
    • Red Card;
    • Rock Paper Scissors;
    • Rocket Spinner;
    • Snap;
    • Sparkler;
    • Squat Kick;
    • Star Power;
    • Take 14;
    • Thumbs Up/Down;
    • Tidy;
    • True Heart;
    • Waterworks;
    • Zany.

    Season 3

    Season 3 Emotes:

    • Salute;
    • Take the L;
    • Best Mates;
    • The Robot;
    • Flippin' Sexsy;
    • Jubilation;
    • Disco Fever;
    • Hootenanny;
    • Wiggle;
    • Confused;
    • Rock Out;
    • Reanimated;
    • Face Palm;
    • Breaking Point;
    • Breakin';
    • Brush Your Shoulders;
    • Make it Rain;
    • Rocket Rodeo;
    • Step it Up.

    Season 2

    Emotion-dance of the 2nd season:

    • Wave;
    • Ride the Pony;
    • The Worm;
    • Floss;
    • Electro Shuffle;
    • Slow Clap;
    • Pure Salt;
    • True Love;
    • Kiss Kiss;
    • Flapper;
    • Fresh;
    • Gun Show;
    • Inger Guns;
    • Dab.

    How to dance in Fortnite

    In Battle Royale Fortnite, players are given tasks during challenges, including the need to dance after or during the quest. To fulfill this condition, you need:

    1. Press English B on PC keyboard; d-pad on controller or "!" on Android.
    2. Select the desired emote in the game locker.
    3. Activate emote by fulfilling the conditions of the task.

    Fortnite dancing in real life

    In real life, many gamers reenact their favorite Fortnite dancing/emotes and also provide training for other fans.

    What are your favorite Battle Royale emotes? What dances do you already know and which ones would you like to learn? Which season is the busiest in terms of dancing/emotes? Most boosted and default emotions?

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    How to Dance in Fortnite for PC ▷➡️ Creative Stop ▷➡️

    During the last matches in Fortnite , you saw many players create real virtual flash mobs while going crazy with crazy dances. You would also like to participate in these events, but, unfortunately, you are new to this game and still do not know all the teams well.

    How to say that everything is right and you would like a hand to open How to dance in Fortnite for PC ? Don't worry, you just went through the right lesson at the right time, as I'm going to explain everything to you in detail. In the following chapters, I will explain in detail how to add dance emoticons in closet Fortnite, and how to find the key that allows you to dance in the game. I will also explain what to do to get the new dances in Fortnite as these specific emotes can be obtained in-game using V-Bucks, Fortnite's virtual currency. But we are fine and will not immediately stop the stages.

    Now that you understand what I'm going to talk about, are you ready to start? Are you comfortable sitting in front of your computer? Excellent! At this stage, I suggest that you take a few minutes of free time and read the following lines carefully so that your attempt is successful. I wish you good reading and, most importantly, fun!


    • 1 Add the emotion to the box
    • 2 Check the assignment of the keys
    • 3 Dancing in Fortnite for PC
    • 4 Get new dances in Fortnite

    Add the emotion to the box

    The first, which should be done if the first is the first, if you do it if you do it if you do it if you do it you want to know what the key is Press to dance in the fort with PC to start the game, so you can add replay all " closet or a section dedicated to personalizing your virtual avatar.

    To do this, select the icon thrower epic games that you will find in the Windows table or macOS Launchpad, and once you have logged into your account, press the button starts that you will find in the video game Fortnite .

    When the game starts, select the game mode you are interested in by clicking on it (for example, press Battle Royale ), then press the Esc button to display the lobby screen .

    Now go to section closet to add replay from dance to hotkeys that you will assign later as I will explain in the next chapter.

    To do this, click on the menu item wall cabinet is located in the top bar, after which, the corresponding section replay click on the symbol (+) and select the emotions of the dance that you have opened by clicking on them. Then confirm the addition by pressing save and exit .

    You can add up to 6 to replay to its "wheel"; This, as I will illustrate in a later chapter, can be activated in-game by pressing a pre-assigned key or one you have configured.

    Check the keybinds

    Once you have added replay dance in closet , go to the menu settings to see the control section and find out which key to press to dance in Fortnite (the key, which, as we will soon we will see, you can also change as you wish).

    To continue, press menu symbol ( ) is in the upper right corner, then in the corresponding drop-down menu on the screen, press gear symbol, to see the setting section , now press arrow symbol located at the top to see the map intro . This is a section referring to the list of all assigned game controls and their corresponding preset keys.

    As you can see, the key used to dance in Fortnite is called replay ; by default, this is assigned to the key (B) . However, if you want to change this automatic assignment, click on the wording (B) and then press on the keyboard the key you want to set as the command for the dance.

    In the special key mapping screen, see also item Emote Slot cabinet and also the one called Repeat the last emotion , The first is used to activate one of the 6 replay previously assigned to the field, and the second serves to quickly repeat the last replay is performed. These keys are not assigned by default (as you can see, the wording exists Not assigned ). Then click on it to assign a key to your liking.

    If, on the other hand, you have connected the controller to your PC, click the controller symbol is located on the tab at the top: this way you can see which relative key is for the dance. In this case, you must press the button Down arrow .

    How do you tell if you want to play fortnite with a controller but don't know how to connect it to your PC? Therefore, I suggest that you read the procedure that I have provided in some of my guides on this topic, in which I have explained how to connect a PS3 keyboard to your PC, PS4.Xbox 360 or one Xbox One.

    Finally, if you have changed the default assignments for Fortnite commands regarding keyboard usage (controller commands cannot be reset), press the Esc button to return to the main menu and, on the screen you are viewing, press the item to save to confirm your changes.

    Dance in Fortnite for PC

    Now that you have identified the team required to dance in Fortnite for PC, you can start a new game through screen lobby by pressing the button juego you see in the lower right corner.

    Once the game has started, dance on Fortnite just press the button (B) i.e. the default key or previously assigned key.

    Clicking on the corresponding button, as you can see, will open a virtual wheel with which you can choose by clicking on it the dance you want your character to perform, or replay You want to express yourself with

    If you have also assigned commands Emote Slot and to repeat last emote , you can press them to make your character dance with one of overplay previously assigned to wall cabinet.

    Get new dances in Fortnite

    Fortnite This is a free game, but it gives you the opportunity to buy items related to the aesthetics of the characters. They are available in rotation in section Buy items and you can buy it through V-Bucks, virtual currency available with real money or unlocked right in the game after completing certain tasks.

    Si ya ha comprado u obtenido suficientes V-Bucks, puede comprarlos emote disponible en Comprar artículos haciendo clic en el artículo a comprar y presionando el botón de compra. Alternativamente, si posee el pase de temporada, puedes obtener algo emote como recompensa, subir de nivel.

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    If, on the other hand, you do not have enough V-Bucks to buy the emote you are interested in, you must buy this in-game currency by clicking on the symbol (+) on the top right side of the Fortnite main screen to see the packs to purchase them (prices start from €4.99).

    In this sense, if you want me to V-Bucks you need to unlock the parts replay I strongly recommend that you read my guide on how to get V-Bucks in which I have provided you with various tips and tricks about how to get this virtual currency.

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