Epic games have finally opened the mobile version of the popular game Fortnite to everyone. Which was initially only available to those who signed up and received an invite so that Epic games can check out the game and remove errors before the worldwide release.
Fortnite mobile is now available to everyone, all you have to do is just download the game from the App store, log into your Epic account and jump right into the battle bus to start playing. All you need is an iOS device with iOS 11 installed on it to be able to play the game.
The supported devices which can run Fortnite are iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X, iPad Mini 4, iPad Air 2, 9.7 inch iPad (2017) and iPad Pro. If you have an iPhone 5s or iPhone 6 you won’t be able to play Fortnite on these devices sadly which is due to the less ram provided in these phones. You need at least 2 GB of ram to play Fortnite on mobile which will be the same case with the Android version in the future.
Fortnite on mobile runs really well, graphics are not scaled down a lot to look really cheap instead they look very good on the mobile version providing the same experience you are used to on the console or PC version.
Fortnite also supports cross-platform which means you can play with your friends who are on the PC or console version of the game which is amazing. Fortnite also supports cross-platform purchases meaning if you buy something on the console version it will automatically be available on your mobile version too by using the same account on both devices.
Fornite will soon make its way to Android, after being a major hit on the iOS. if you want to be alerted when Fortnite launches on Android be sure to select get started on their website here. If somehow you couldn’t try the Fortnite then this is the time by diving into the game on your iOS device it’s the same game people have been going crazy over on the console and PC.