The Best Fortnite Dances & Where They’re From
Whoever would like to conquer the crowd in front of the bus and tease your opponent on all fours (some manage to drop out of the bus in the dance)! All this is possible in the Fortnite game through emotes – dances. Obviously, these game moments distinguish you from many other players and, of course, everyone wants to have as many emotes as possible in his locker. You can become both a merry fellow and king of the dance floor. Dropped a legendary weapon from the chest – mark this event – dance! You are alone – dance! You are not alone, but you do not see a way out of the situation – use your cherished emote – there will definitely be a way out!
Whatever dance style you prefer, there is an emote for everyone in Fortnite! Many dances in the game have a real creator and this is another reason to buy them – to visit the place of the star. We collected the best of the best in our top Fortnite dances (emotes), moreover, we found their authors.
Dances are available for purchase at Fortnite’s in-game store for V-Bucks and have a gradation of quality. Unlike skins, emotes are not legendary, they have only 4 qualities and 4 prices – usual (standard dance), unusual (200 V-bucks), rare (500 V-bucks), epic (800 V-bucks).
Pick a dance to suit your style – our list below will help!
First dance performed by Backpack Kid (Russell Horning) on Saturday Night Live with Katy Perry. The guy had previously laid out his movements on instagram, but gained wide popularity only after performing with a star. By the way, Russell’s parents were unhappy with such “plagiarism” and sued Epic Games. The outcome of the case is only expected.
Floss was issued as a reward for achieving level 49 of Battle Pass Season 2.
Burn your opponents popular dance from the TV series “Scrubs”! It was first performed by a Turk (chocolate bear) and is absolutely free in the Fortnite because this is the first emote you get on Fortnite! But the actor of the scrubs is not thrilled with such borrowing and sued Epic Games for plagiarism. The end of this story, as in the last dance, is unknown.
They say that the author of this dance is a girl who performs electro-dance at home. Steep traffic for 800 V-bucks and no litigation!
Take The L
Take The L in American mass culture – “Take the loss”, L in this expression is Loser or Loss. Hitting the enemy is now impossible, but in our community the expression is not too stuck. This gesture was mentioned in the song “All Star” Smash Mouth in the sentence “In the shape of an“ L ”on her forehead” (It made me understand that I was “L” oser), in the mockery of Team Fortress and in the TV show “Top Gear” with Jeremy Clarkson. Dance “Take The L” is actively used by football players and baseball players.
To become the happy owner of this emote, you need to find yourself in the 3rd season of Fortnite and reach level 31 of the Battle Pass.
Keep the watch version!
The dance “Fresh” was first performed in the popular American sitcom “The Prince of Beverly Hills” (however, they themselves were inspired by the “Carlton Dance”). A copy of the dance from the 90s can be bought in the in-game store for 800 V-bucks!
Many are convinced that the “Disco Fever” emote was first used in the “EVOLUTION OF DANCE” video by Twist And Pulse, however, we are sure that the emote was taken from a performance of a 70s dancer (the source was not found, unfortunately). This emote (and no matter by whom it was created) can be purchased in the store for 800 v-packs.
Leaving the gap with the characters Fortnite!
And again “The Prince of Beverly Hills”! This time the dance is performed by Will Smith himself and quite well! Rambunctious can (and should) be purchased at a Fortnite store for 500 V-bucks.
All kpop lovers here! Epic Games while creating new emotes are often inspired by clips and concerts. Kpop ah-choo + kpop glass bead they could not lose sight of – the girls are great dancing! Emote Star Power is obliged to the Korean group LOVELYZ and is sold in the in-game store for only 800 V-bucks. (remember, we are all in the soul of kawai)
Necrophilia never ceases to amaze with its performance, and Fortnite with its embodiment. We admire the dance for 800 V-bucks and save our brains!
We will show the absence of bones (perhaps no brains (after the zombies did not save)) along with the Boneless dance. This emote was first demonstrated to the world by Conor McGregor. The fighter was, of course, not as fast as in the Fortnite version, but still worthy of coverage. Can be purchased in the store for 500 V-bucks.
The creator of this emote is the lad in an orange T-shirt (how symbolic!). Unfortunately, Orange Justice dance cannot be purchased at the store, it was only available in the 4th season of the Battle Pass. There is a great version of bass boosted.
Needless to say, the “Groove Jam” emote was taken from the Napoleon Dynamite movie? Does anyone else know this? Now you are aware of everything … Alas, you can’t buy it anymore – the dance was available for receiving in the Battle Pass during the season 4.