Following huge success in 2017 on console and PC, Epic Games has announced that the insanely popular Battle Royale game Fortnite is coming to iPhone and Android in the coming months. More precisely, Fortnite is coming to Mobile devices, both Android and iOS, and one of the most surprising facts is that it will support Cross-Play. Same gameplay, same map, same content, same weekly updates, ' pledged the development team in the official announcement.
The bad news is Android fans will have to wait a little while longer, though support is planned for farther down the line in the next few months. The mobile port is said to offer the full Fortnite experience, including cross-play with PC, Mac and PS4 players. With the advent of mobile battle royale shooters, the devs have delivered once again as it was revealed that the game is heading to mobile. There is also Mac edition available and the Battle Royale mode is free across all platforms. Though we haven't seen Fortnite's planned mobile control scheme yet, we'd imagine it will end up being a significant handicap compared to players with controllers or a mouse/keyboard setup. The more tech-conscious gamers will probably wonder how Epic is going to pull it off. You can play the game with friends no matter what platform you play it on. But Epic Games had a surprise for everyone on Thursday. No such luck for XBox One, but that's likely something to do with the business dealings between the console owners. Console quality graphics and action.
Interested players must sign up for the invite-only event starting this Monday, March 12th. Those who have been invited will receive email link to download the game from the App Store. Android support is set for sometime in the future.
At this point, it really doesn't make much sense to not bring the title to the Nintendo Switch.
But there are few other things you need to know about Fortnite Battle Royale, with a few differences that may influence which format you to intend to play on.