Fortnite On Mobile: Battle Royale Coming To iOS And Android


Its promising the same, insane gaming experience on mobile: the "same gameplay, same map, same content, same weekly updates".

Cross-play and cross-progression for Fortnite will be coming to several platforms soon.

What's more, Epic is already taking mobile sign-ups for the game, starting this Monday for a special Invite Event on iOS. Those on iOS can look forward to early invites soon, with Android access coming in the next few months.

The hottest battle royale game on the planet is officially heading to smartphones and tablets - and you'll be able to play with other players across platforms.

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That is going to be a possibility going forward, as Epic Games has announced yet another platform Fortnite can launch on that's not the Nintendo Switch.

Epic Games claims that it's the exact same game that is available on PC and consoles right now, with the same level of high-end graphics, "console quality action" on-the-go and huge 100-player battles. That being said, Epic promises to invite lots of players over the coming months. The developers confirmed that it will support the same Battle Royale mode on both iOS and Android devices. With the advent of mobile battle royale shooters, the devs have delivered once again as it was revealed that the game is heading to mobile. To participate, players will need an Internet connection and iOS 11 on their an iPhone 6S/SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, and iPad 2017 devices. "The game is so full of energy and adrenaline that when you pull them off - they are screaming at the television, they're hiding, they're calling each other, they are living in it with their friends".

For now Fortnite's mobile build will remain exclusive to iOS with an eventual release on Android. However, it's XXXTentacion that winds up having arguably the best moment on the song, and it all stems from a reference to Epic's popular video game.

If you're lucky enough to be picked at random you'll then get an invite to download the app, with more people being added regularly over time.