The Savage emote in Fortnite is the latest viral dance to get its shine in the gaming spotlight.
Choreographed by TikTok star Keara Wilson, Savage joins Say So, Toosie Slide and more in the collection of popular songs to receive their own official Fortnite emote.
On par with the TikTok dances of the past, the Savage emote can be had at the bargain price of 500 V-Bucks in the Fortnite item shop.
Although the Savage emote isn’t a part of the Icon Series, it does hold up especially well in value when compared to a lot of its musical counterparts.
With its choreography spanning the entire span of Megan Thee Stallion’s chorus, the Savage emote lasts 12 seconds before it repeats. This eclipses those such as the Jabba Switchway and Go Mufasa emotes, which inexplicably split one song into two emotes, priced at 500 V-Bucks each.
While the BTS Dynamite Pack at least included both the It’s Dynamite and the I’m Diamond emotes—albeit at 800 V-Bucks—it still leaves a lot to be desired in terms of allowing the chorus to play out in its entirety.