Fortnite Mobile Out On Non-Samsung Devices But You Can’t Play

After a long wait, Fortnite Mobile is on its way to Android devices as it launched exclusively for Samsung devices on August 9. Epic Games announced shortly that the game will be available to non-Samsung devices after several days but there’s as a catch to it as it’s going to make you wait longer than you expected.

Well, the good news is that Fortnite is no longer exclusive to Samsung but the bad news is that you will have to sign up to get your hands on the game which is going to take some more days. This is because of Epic Games which is not ready yet to bring all the players to the game all of a sudden.

The waiting time will help Epic Games to remove bugs on a lower player count so when a huge number of players arrive they are not disappointed.

You can now download the game on your Samsung with the built-in Galaxy Launcher and if you are on some other device, you can download the official Epic launcher from company’s website which is going to come with an update of 1.88GB but still, you will not be able to play the game as it will ask you to first register as only invited players will get access to the game.

Another good news is that Fortnite on Android will support cross-platform play allowing you to play with someone on iPhone, PS4, Xbox One or PC and there’s not that much of a difference in terms of graphics to give you any disadvantage.

Fortnite on iOS has been a huge success and if the invitation system is similar to Apple devices then you might have to wait for few days or even a month to finally get invited.

Are you still waiting for an invite? Let us know in the comments below.

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