Fortnite Battle Royale is Coming to Android and iOS, Crossplay Confrimed

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Fortnite Battle Royale is coming to mobile

Mobile devices coming soon.

There is cross-progression between PC and PS4 accounts if you link them via Epic Games' site, but be warned you will lose progress when you first do so. The developer, however, does have experience on mobile as it co-developed the three Infinity Blade games with Chair Entertainment.

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. Epic claims that it will be the "same gameplay, same map, same content, same weekly updates". Android support is set for sometime in the future.

Likewise there are no details as to when the game will roll out completely across mobile devices. The title recently became the most-watched and most-streamed game on Twitch, with double the amount of PUBG's viewers on the platform. "Play when you want, where you want", certainly has a nice ring to it. No word on Xbox One support.

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Starting Monday, March 12, "Fortnite" faithful with iOS devices may begin signing up for an Invite Event. Those of you who get an invite will also get a few codes to share with your friends, so there's still hope even if you don't get one from Epic, with more invites rolling out over the next few months.

Those chosen will receive an email with instructions on how to download the game to their device.

It'll also allow "Fortnite" players to play the game wherever they bring their mobile devices - away from the constraints of home consoles and computers. Epic will add more players on a month to month basis. That sounds pretty cool, and it'll be interesting to see how it works in practice. Going by their performance so far, Fortnite seems to be a little ahead. The port also highlights the steadily increasing power of mobile phones and tablets, which can now match the performance of at least the lower end of major 3D console games without issue. We know that Fortnite cross-play is possible between rival consoles, as a "configuration issue" temporarily enabled the feature past year.

Now that this has been revealed to the community, one may worry about the game quality by the time it is already playable on mobile. So, it was logical to come up with games like Fortnite Mobile.

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