BTS releases a sweet animated music video for the song “Yet To Come”

BTS releases a sweet animated music video for the song “Yet To Come”

The June 20, 2022 release of a brand-new animated official music video for the song Yet To Come by global K-pop superstar BTS has fans all around the world in its grip (The Most Beautiful Moment). The video uses the same background as the real-time music video and features charming animated representations of each group member.

The inventive production crew behind the music video has received a lot of accolades for their dedication and originality. The new characters will also appear in BTS Island: In The Seom, the group’s upcoming mobile game. A promotional clip for the septet’s recent reappearance and the eagerly awaited game may be seen in the new animated music video.

The group’s new anthology album, Proof, which debuted earlier on June 10, 2022, has a title track called Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment). Following a carefully crafted video that featured the group members in the desert outside Las Vegas, this is the second music video for the song to be released.

BTS avatars are taken to a heavenly island designed for rest and healing.

In advance of the band’s new mobile game BTS Island: In The Seom, BTS released a lovely animated video for the title single Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment) on June 20, 2022. The K-pop boy band’s adorable avatars can be seen in the video taking a look around the game’s island of magic.

The group members RM, Jin, SUGA, Jimin, Jungkook, V, and J-Hope are first seen in the music video in animated form dressed in costumes reminiscent of those in the original music video. After the opening sequence, we see the avatars perched on a school bus, with Jungkook gazing off into the distance in an effort to make sense of their desert surroundings.

The group enjoys themselves by surfing the sand dunes, tripping, and falling till they locate a magical bottle with a flourishing island inside. Despite just seeing sand dunes, they see a dazzling light and walk towards it.

The avatars are suddenly transported to a verdant island where the participants engage in a variety of amusing activities by the appearance of a mythical whale from beneath the sand.

J-Hope is seen playing with a toy plane, RM is seen reading a book, V is seen taking several photos of himself with a polaroid, SUGA is seen playing the piano, Jungkook is seen painting clouds, Jin is seen fishing, and Jimin is seen playing catch with a cat in the intriguing video.

The upcoming mobile game was created in partnership with the group’s entertainment label, HYBE, and is intended to be experienced carefree. The game’s description on the Apple Store is as follows:

Fans will have a platform to unwind while exploring the mystical island thanks to the next game’s focus on healing and relaxation. The game will debut on June 28, 2022, according to HYBE.

100 million people have viewed BTS’ Yet to Come on YouTube.

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The eagerly awaited game will have addicting puzzles that get harder as you progress through each level. With different incentives, fans will also have the chance to design the island with BTS avatars.

The June 20, 2022 release of a brand-new animated official music video for the song Yet To Come by global K-pop superstar BTS has fans all around the world in its grip (The Most Beautiful Moment). The video uses the same background as the real-time music video and features charming animated representations of each group member.

The inventive production crew behind the music video has received a lot of accolades for their dedication and originality. The new characters will also appear in BTS Island: In The Seom, the group’s upcoming mobile game. A promotional clip for the septet’s recent reappearance and the eagerly awaited game may be seen in the new animated music video.

The group’s new anthology album, Proof, which debuted earlier on June 10, 2022, has a title track called Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment). Following a carefully crafted video that featured the group members in the desert outside Las Vegas, this is the second music video for the song to be released.

BTS avatars are taken to a heavenly island designed for rest and healing.

In advance of the band’s new mobile game BTS Island: In The Seom, BTS released a lovely animated video for the title single Yet To Come (The Most Beautiful Moment) on June 20, 2022. The K-pop boy band’s adorable avatars can be seen in the video taking a look around the game’s island of magic.

The group members RM, Jin, SUGA, Jimin, Jungkook, V, and J-Hope are first seen in the music video in animated form dressed in costumes reminiscent of those in the original music video. After the opening sequence, we see the avatars perched on a school bus, with Jungkook gazing off into the distance in an effort to make sense of their desert surroundings.

The group enjoys themselves by surfing the sand dunes, tripping, and falling till they locate a magical bottle with a flourishing island inside. Despite just seeing sand dunes, they see a dazzling light and walk towards it.

The avatars are suddenly transported to a verdant island where the participants engage in a variety of amusing activities by the appearance of a mythical whale from beneath the sand.

J-Hope is seen playing with a toy plane, RM is seen reading a book, V is seen taking several photos of himself with a polaroid, SUGA is seen playing the piano, Jungkook is seen painting clouds, Jin is seen fishing, and Jimin is seen playing catch with a cat in the intriguing video.

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