BTS will play the vastly standard battle royale sport ‘Fall Guys: Final Knockout’ within the upcoming episode of their internet sequence, ‘Run BTS.’
The sport’s developer, Mediatonic, shared the information on Tuesday (November 3) via the official Fall Guys Twitter account. “YOOO BTS ARE GONNA PLAY FALL GUYS IN THE NEXT EPISODE OF RUN BTS. Somebody tag Military,” it wrote. Military is the official title of BTS’ fandom.
YOOO BTS ARE GONNA PLAY FALL GUYS IN THE NEXT EPISODE OF RUN BTS
Somebody tag Military 😂 https://t.co/pDVjelpzDY
— Fall Guys 👑 (@FallGuysGame) November 3, 2020
The tweet additionally contains a screenshot of the upcoming episode, showcasing members J-Hope, Jungkook and RM on the point of play The Whirlygig spherical.
A brief teaser of ‘Fall Guys’ was later posted on Twitter by person @trinhers, and it captures the Ok-pop boyband coping with in-game lag. One member additionally proclaims that enjoying the spherical felt like “assembly the most effective players on the town”.
The ‘Run BTS’ episode might be launched on November 10, exclusively through the Weverse app. The boyband confronted off in opposition to South Korean League Of Legends esports workforce, T1, in a earlier episode of the sequence.
BTS are additionally set to launch their new album, Be, later this month on November 20. The upcoming document will function the lead single “Life Goes On”, which the Ok-pop stars will carry out throughout their look on the 2020 American Music Awards on November 22.
Earlier this 12 months, BTS launched the music “Dynamite”, which became the group’s first to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The earlier highest document for a Korean artist had been set by PSY’s “Gangnam Fashion,” which hit No.2 for seven weeks. Earlier than that, Far East Motion topped the charts for 3 non-consecutive weeks in 2010, with two of the three members being of Korean descent.
The observe additionally offered 265,000 downloads inside its first week of launch, the very best recorded since Taylor Swift’s 2017 single “Look What You Made Me Do”.