Fortnight. March will soon introduce a new experiment called Throw Time, which celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement.
Announced this morning on the PlayStation Blog, this experiment has been developed in collaboration with Time Studios. Fortnight. Creative community. The “Deep Journey” will allow players to explore the 1963-era Washington D.C., as they complete educational questions, tour the Lincoln Memorial and National Mall, and in the process MLK’s I Hugh Dream speech. Will see. The experience is free and available. Fortnight. Players on all platforms
The experiment marked the 58th anniversary of March and the I Hugh Dream speech in Washington. In addition to watching MLK speak, players will be able to visit the museum in a game that includes civil rights photography from March. While March Throwtime includes points of interest and questions such as traditional games, the PlayStation Blog emphasizes that these questions are educational and should “bring an important reminder to Dr. King’s speech: When we When we work together, we move forward. ” Completing questions and challenges in the experiment provides DC 63 sprays for fireworks and players’ lockers.
While Fortnight. Known best for its combat royal mode, the game has been splitting into a variety of events over the past few years, especially in the context of COVID-19 epidemics. Musicians such as Ariana Grande and Travis Scott have performed virtual concerts. Fortnight. Metros, a platform aimed at bringing different experiences to players.
With March Through Time, the developer appears to take a page from Epic Games. Minecraft. Playbook when it comes to educational opportunities. As the epidemic continues, it seems that similar virtual experiences will become increasingly viable ways to connect and discuss important moments from afar.