"Fortnite," the popular 2017 video game, has continued to draw in new fans since being released by developer Epic Games. As a result of the popularity, many have taken notice of it, including musician Travis Scott. On April 23, the "Sicko Mode" musician's likeness appeared in the game to perform a virtual concert called the Astronomical Tour. Following the event, Scott has released new merchandise in his Cactus Jack for Fortnite collection, which gives a nod to the concert. What's included in the newly-released collection?

As seen on Scott's website, those who are interested in buying items from the new release will have a variety of options. Astro Portrait T-shirts retail for $45, Cactus Jack for "Fortnite" 12" action figures sell for $75, and World Event hoodies for $85 are among pieces in the new line of merch.

Other unexpected products can also be purchased, including World mousepads for $20 and a Cactus Jack for "Fortnite" AR-Goosebumps Nerf Elite Dart Blaster for $65.

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Additionally, fans of the "Highest in the Room" musician can also purchase various editions of his new song "The Scotts," which he performs with Kid Cudi. According to Hypebeast, the collaboration debuted to "record streaming figures" on Spotify thanks to its premiere during the Astronomical Tour. As stated by the publication, the song earned the No. 1 spot on the global Spotify chart due to the fact that it was streamed 7.45M times as of April 24.

Those who are interested in buying a copy of the popular song can do so thanks to a variety of new releases, including The Scotts 12" vinyl and digital single for $15, The Scotts Cassette III and a digital single for $9, and The Scotts CD III and a digital single for $7.

Below is the artwork that is featured on the album, CD, and cassette, along with some of the other new pieces.

The entire collection can be purchased on Scott's website.

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Travis Scott performs onstage during the MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Aug. 20, 2018 in New York City. Theo Wargo/Getty Images