Been thinking about giving Fortnite for Android a try? Now you can, no invitation needed.
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It has been almost a month since Epic Games launched Fortnite Battle Royale on Android devices, and now the company is adding support for even more phones along with one of the more oft-requested features for the game.
Before Epic Games took the stage at Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 event to confirm the launch details for its mega-popular Fortnite Battle Royale, it was rumored that the company would be avoiding the Google Play Store altogether when the title arrived on Android devices.
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Before Samsung announced its newest smartphone, there was a rumor that hinted the company had landed a huge exclusive deal with Epic Games, the developers behind the mega-popular Fortnite Battle Royale, leading to an extended exclusive period for the upcoming phablet.
Well, Samsung did work out a deal with ... Read More »
When Fortnite for Android finally arrives, you won’t be getting it from the Play Store.
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney confirmed today that Fortnite for Android will not be offered in Google’s Play Store. Instead, users will download a Fortnite Installer from the Fortnite website to get the game on their ... Read More »
At some point in the near future, Epic Games is going to launch their mega popular game Fortnite Battle Royale for Android. But when it arrives, there may be an important caveat to be aware of.
It was announced back in March that the mega-popular game Fortnite Battle Royale was coming to iOS and Android, with iOS getting the go-ahead before Android.
Back in March, Epic Games made news by announcing that its mega-popular game Fortnite Battle Royale was heading to iOS and Android. It launched for iOS users not too long after, but Android users have been left to wait.
Another huge video game title is making its way to mobile devices.
Previously we reported that some new 3D games built on the Unreal Engine would require dual-core processors like the Tegra 2, but new info suggests we should see some of these games on the current generation of single-core phones that support OpenGL ES 2.0.
The news comes via Trendy Entertainment who is ... Read More »