Despite being one of the most popular online games in recent memory, Fortnite has also proven to be a hub for creativity as well.
The latest example of these is the two sets of piano keys located near Pleasant Park and Retail Row respectively, both of which work the same as a real piano.
While many have experimented with making tunes using these in-game pianos, one player has actually replicated the intro to one of the most popular songs in history.
Reddit user 'handsomehawke' has posted a video of him playing the beginning of "Don't Stop Believin'" by American rock band Journey.
With over 7 million copies sold in the United States, the song is officially listed as the best-selling digital track from the 20th century.
The overall effect of the video above is quite remarkable, and it is outstanding the way the player managed to cut it all together to achieve the iconic tune.
With how large the piano keys are compared to the size of the in-game character, it's clear that completing this project was the product of a lot of time and concentration.
"I would do it, but this super simple song took me 2 hours to make," the user wrote on Reddit. This was in reply to someone who requested a remake of the theme song of the popular TV show 'The Office.'
In fact, the comments section was quickly full of people either requesting songs to be recreated using the Fortnite piano or finding inspiration to try to complete similar projects themselves.
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