BLACKPINK: Meet 3D Character Avatars Of Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, Lisa Who Will Perform At ‘PUBG Mobile 2022 In-Game Concert'
BLACKPINK and PUBG have revealed the official 3D character versions of the four band members of the mega K-pop girls' group for their upcoming virtual concert on the gaming platform.
The 3D character avatars of Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, Lisa look charismatic and gorgeous, just like the superstars themselves.. The shining avatars are outfitted in glamorous attires, and are seen striking a stylish pose with virtual crowns placed on their heads, befitting the quartet's queen like status in the world of K-pop.
A spokesperson from BLACKPINK's management company YG Entertainment said that they were pleased to host an in-game concert as the second collaboration between the K-pop group and PUBG Mobile.
According to the spokesperson, the label hopes to increase the oppurtunity for fans and artists to interact closely beyond language barriers and borders. The company also assured BLINKs that they will be entertained thoroughly with some power-packed music and performance even if it was a virtual concert.
YG also said that everyone will be able to enjoy various aspects of the band that would be different from the real world. Of particular interest will be the fact that the performances will have a lifelike vibe similar to the real thing as it will be completed with motion capture
Furthermore, the quartet will perform many of their hit tracks as well as release several collaboration items with Pubg Mobile after the in-game concert including voice packs, exclusive outfits, and more.
In addition to the exciting collaboration items, BLACKPINK will also debut a special song and new music video during the virtual concert. Incidentally, nearly 4 million users have claimed a ticket of the virtual concert and and more than 1 million pre-registered in less than 24 hours.
Some fans even discussed on online communities that they will cheer for BLACKPINK by making their own 3D character avatars.
Meanwhile, fans need not worry because apart from the upcoming in-game virtual concert with 3D avatars, BLACKPINK will soon return to the real stage in front of a live audience.
Earlier in July, YG Entertainment revealed that the band is currently in the final phases of recording their new album. Furthermore, they will start shooting their music video this month itself and comeback with new music in August.
BLACKPINK will then set out for the largest world tour in the history of the band at the end of this year.
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