Fortnite for iOS is Live and Invites Are Being Sent Out Now

Fortnite for iOS is Live and Invites Are Being Sent Out Now

Fortnite for iOS is Live and Invites Are Being Sent Out Now

"Today we're emailing the first round of invites for the Fortnite Invite Event on iOS". The Call of Duty publisher is indeed "keenly aware" of the popularity of Battle Royale, and might have something to say in the future.

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"Fortnite Battle Royale" is the completely free 100-player PvP mode in "Fortnite", with building skills and destructible environments combined with intense PvP combat coming into play in one giant map.

If haven't played before, you'll have to create an account to join the Fortnite for iOS waitlist. For example, my kids who signed up right after the signup page went live (trust me they were quick), have not received an invite yet, while their friends have.

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Anticipating the ban, he said, "I would have loved to be playing in the next game, especially coming off a performance like that.

"We'll update you when we have more information". As Epic said above, more invites will roll out in the coming days and weeks, so you'll have plenty of other chances to join in the fun. Debut footage of the game was taken on an iPhone X and features every feature and ability players have access to on the PC or console version.

While not an exact announcement, the implication here is that we may see some kind of battle royle mode make its way into an Activision franchise (or appear via a new game).

Having turned into an overnight phenomenon, Fortnite is finally available to download on the iOS App Store. You may also be interested to know that you won't be able to use a controller.

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