Fortnite for iOS Opens to Everyone, Invites No Longer Needed to Play

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When you download Fortnite for iOS, you'll be taking your first steps into a world that revolutionized the battle royale genre.

The wait is over and Epic Games has now made a decision to stop making the mobile version of its hugely popular 100-player PVP game Fortnite Battle Royale feel like an exclusive club with invitation-only membership.

At this point, Fortnite is available for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and iOS.

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The Fortnite Vending Machine may be here shortly as the new updates section for the game is advertising it as feature that's coming soon to the game. We still don't have any proper date of its release on Android.

If your teacher goes by the name Mr Hillman and you're a big fan of Fortnite mobile, you're in trouble. In other words, you no longer need to be invited by Epic Games or receive an invite from a friend - just download the game from the App Store, log in to your account and jump in to a 100 player match. However, it does not support the iPhone 5S, 6, 6 Plus, and the iPad Air, Mini 2, Mini 3 and iPod Touch. In the meantime, if you want to be alerted when the Android version launches, you can tap "Get Started" on the website. The game got popularity, and mainstream recognition. Any device older than that will have trouble running the fairly demanding game, even though it's already a significantly downgraded version. They then have to scavenge for guns and resources and try to become the last player or team standing (you can play alone, in a duo, or with in a squad of four).

Epic's free-to-play model is kept alive thanks to in-game items, costumes, dances, and an option three-month "service" through seasonal battle passes.

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