The beta version of Fortnite was earlier available on Android through an invite-only basis. Then yesterday we heard that Android users are now able jump in on the beta without an invite. If you are interested in checking out Fortnite on your Android smartphone then you simply need to head over to game's website and sign up for the Android beta.
For those who are planning to grab the Fortnite from Google Play Store, we have some bad news, as the Fortnite for Android title is not on Google's app store. The end of invites does not mean the game is coming to the Play Store any time soon. Many iOS users have said that the Fortnite on the phone feels the same so its fair enough to assume that Android users also get that kind of experience. Epic Games, the developer of Fornite has removed the restriction that required an invitation from the company or other fellow players for new players to join the game. Until today, only a few gamers had access to the Fortnite for Android version.
Once the installer is installed, you will need to download the actual game, which varies in size depending on your phone.
Notably, Fortnite for Mobile has several issues on the Android platform. Epic Games recommended specs for phones of Android 8.0 or higher with 4GB Ram and an Adreno 530, Mali-G71 MP20 or Mali-G72 MP12 GPU.
Fortnite is already available to iOS devices via the App Store. Fortnite involves being para-dropped on an island with a number of players.
Apparently, you can break through walls when hitting the Quadcrasher's boost, thanks to the grinning plough that makes this much more than a standard quadbike.
Unfortunately, not everyone's Android device will include the specs necessary to run Fortnite: Battle Royale.
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