Alongside his, Epic Games has released some incredible new skins and cosmetics into the Item Shop today.
Fortnite Mobile will be supported by about 40 Android devices at launch and these include most recent smartphones by Google, Samsung, Huawei, and more. The code the site pulled up included Android-specific instructions, and these call for sideloading the app directly from Epic's site instead of redirecting users to a Google Play Store installation.
This move draws many questions as to what inspired Epic games to choose this direction, one obvious reason seems to be that Epic games is seeking to avoid the 30 percent cut on sales which all the game are subjected to pay on Play store. Regardless of what they'll eventually reveal, we're confident that the company (along with Epic Games) will create a selection that all Fortnite fans will be clamoring to get their hands on.
You can also check the eligibility for Fortnite on your phone by visiting Epic Games's sign up page for the game. Thanks to a Redditor by the name /u/thesbroswho ran the source and got the following images to be displayed on the webpage.
The figures, based on the popular battle royale title, will be seven-inch tall and articulated, letting you arrange your very own battle royale scenes in real life. Once you download, you will be prompted with some security permissions. Anyway, all of this is a speculation with no official comment from Epic Games.
Download and install Fortnite through your browser. Fret not, Epic Games is reported to be testing the game on as many smartphone it can and will update the list as soon as they done optimising it for your device.
The mobile version of the acclaimed video game Fortnite has finally been released for Android users worldwide.