Epic's interest in the studio makes a lot of sense when viewed in this light. Apart from many corporate agreements, Fortnite is best recognized for its virtual concerts at this moment. A number of prominent singers, including as Ariana Grande and Travis Scott, have sparked a lot of interest in the game in the previous two years. In the latter scenario, more than 12.3 people were watching Scott's performance at the same time.
Meanwhile, Harmonix says it will continue to support its current game lineup. This implies that Rock Band fans can expect more DLC, and Fuser fans can expect the studio to continue holding events. Also, any game that's currently available through Steam will continue to be sold through Valve's storefront.
Turn your speakers UP! @Harmonix, the makers of interactive music experiences including @RockBand, are joining the Epic Games family! Together we will explore new ways for people to enjoy music across the digital world. 🎸🥁🔊 https://t.co/YLFBtYFKKn— Epic Games Newsroom (@EpicNewsroom) November 23, 2021