Battle Royale Coming To iOS And Android — Fortnite On Mobile

Battle Royale Coming To iOS And Android — Fortnite On Mobile

Battle Royale Coming To iOS And Android — Fortnite On Mobile

The latter is interesting, as Sony has demonstrated reluctance to support crossplay as a standard feature for all its games. The developer, however, does have experience on mobile as it co-developed the three Infinity Blade games with Chair Entertainment.

Epic Games has revealed Fortnite is coming to iOS and Android, with exactly the same game experience as is now on consoles and PC. So, iOS users will be able to take on Android when the support arrives.

So no matter which of these platforms you're playing on you'll be able to team up with your friends and play together as well as carry your wins over. It's not entirely clear, but we have seen some PUBG mobile games - and PUBG mobile knock-offs - manage to translate that game's basic visuals and gameplay with relative ease. More importantly, it will be one of the few games to allow cross platform play between consoles, PC, and mobile. "Console quality graphics and action", said Epic Games. It will contain a link to download the game from the app store and then you can play. Intriguingly this doesn't include the Xbox One family of consoles.

In a recent announcement, Epic stated the "Fortnite [VIDEO]" will be coming to #Mobile Devices. We will keep you posted when more Android news rolls around, but for now, be excited that Fortnite Battle Royale will soon grace your phone and support cross-play to boot!

So, the biggest question from the insanely huge Fortnite fanbase is "when will it be available for iOS and Android?" and we've got some bad news for you.

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Email invites will start rolling out "soon thereafter" but no official date has been shared just yet. More invites will also be released in the coming months, so those who don't qualify the first time may get a second shot.

The iOS version is being made for iOS 11 on an iPhone 6S/SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad 2017, or better. There is also Mac edition available and the Battle Royale mode is free across all platforms.

Epic Games recently announced that Fortnite is coming to mobile.

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