'Fortnite' Fans Can Now Play the Game as Marshmello

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Marshmello poses backstage during 2017 Governors Ball Music FestivalĀ on June 3, 2017 in New York City.

You, too, can play as Marshmello in Fortnite. You've just got to shell out some real-world dollar bills.

The Marshmello skin, rider and dance moves teased in a recent code leak are now available at the in-game store, according to Forbes. The goodies have all dropped, just in time for Marshmello's planned in-game concert, which is scheduled to go down at Pleasant Park on Saturday at 2 p.m. ET. Some of the dance moves can be won during the concert if players complete certain challenges, or you can just buy them.

Marshmello is a known Fornite fan, so he must be doing jumping jacks at the sight of these doo-dads. The masked DJ and producer also hit fans with some new music on Friday (Feb. 1): a Hindi-language song called "Biba," featuring Indian singers Pritam and Shirley Setia. Maybe he'll play it at the concert Saturday. See the new virtual digs for yourself via Forbes.