Epic Games has also assured that the Fortnite Mobile will be the same as the 100 player Battle Royale that the players are used to. Epic Games announced today that it's bringing the same game that users have grown to love on their other devices to both iPhone and iPad, starting next week... Fortnite briefly and accidentally proved such cross-console play was possible back in September, and Epic Games later said players "deserve" such features.
Starting next Monday, March 12, interested players can sign up at Fortnite's official website for the iOS "Invite Event". But, it claims it plans to add more players regularly over the following months.
Given the hype surrounding Fortnite right now, it's pretty unbelievable that developers have been able to get a fully featured version of the game for mobile devices, and Epic Games has insisted that there will be more to come in the future.
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But now Fortnite has taken it up a notch with the latest v3.2 patch update for Battle Royale, which was released early Thursday morning. Also, there are hints of crossplay between PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, iOS and eventually Android. Android users will have to be a bit patient, as support for Android "will be coming in the next few months". It will require a bit of a higher-end device, but it will offer the exact same game as on other platforms. In the meantime, we'll have to be content with the current mobile option for Fortnite: Battle Royale. It's a tense game with plenty of light-hearted moments and the cartoony graphics make it fun to watch and now, with the arrival of a mobile version, you never need to be far from the action. Intriguingly this doesn't include the Xbox One family of consoles. Alas, Fortnite is going mobile. And with Epic offering even more ways to play the game, a Nintendo Switch port will hopefully be in the cards at some point, too. "Play when you want, where you want", the studio states.
Although, it was initially viewed as a cartoonish version of Player Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), Fortnite has quickly become a gaming phenomenon.