Fortnite: Battle Royale iOS Is Out Now; Requires An Invite To Activate

March 16 14:58 2018

Epic Games has just released a brand new update for Fortnite: Battle Royale. Fortnite: Battle Royale has been steadily transforming the gaming industry as Epic Games continues to release update after update. The goal is to be the last person or group standing. The game is available on the Google Play Store from Tencent, the Chinese giant who gobbled up the rights to publish PUBG on mobile a year ago.

Fortnite Mobile the FACTS: Download guide, GAMEPLAY and iOS sign up Mon, March 12, 2018 Fortnite for mobile phones has been announced by Epic Games and will be available on iOS and Android devices. The first round of invites have been sent out by Epic Games and players are starting to get their hands on it. But that’s a whole other ongoing discussion.

I’m on mobile, PC or Mac – How do I party up with a friend on Xbox Live? Records and hearts were broken.

Is it the full game?

You also need iOS 11 or higher. But you won’t be missing out on any features.

How long is the Fortnite on iOS waiting list?

Nick assured us that they plan on getting everyone who signed up into the Fortnite invite event at some point.

Warren noted that the game ran well on both an iPhone X and iPad Pro, with no noticeable framerate issues. Some of you who have already signed up will start receiving your invites via email, which contain a special link to iOS Fortnite on the App Store.

To play Fortnite Mobile on tablet you will need at least an iPad Mini 4 or iPad Air 2 or better.

If you haven’t signed up, you can do so right here: https://www.first-wave-of-invites-for-fortnite-on-mobile

Fortnite is absolutely free to download but you will require an invite in order to get in on the action.

That makes it sound like the game might be in invite-only state for a while (and it could be a few months until Android users can play too).

Sure enough, a battle royale mode or standalone branded Call of Duty game would easily and quickly become the most played around.

GameSpot‘s Chris Periera was similarly positive on the mobile version of Fortnite, but also had similar gripes with the controls.


Fortnite: Battle Royale iOS Is Out Now; Requires An Invite To Activate
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