Fortnite Battle Royale Madness Now Open To All iOS Users

Now is your chance to pounce if you have been itching to get your hands on one of the most popular games of 2018. Epic GamesFortnite is available for free on iOS -- for everyone.
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Epic Games initially released an invite-only beta test to prevent its servers from being overwhelmed. Invites were sent to players as the servers were able to increasingly handle more action. Players were able to invite up to three friends to join their squad while others were able to join a waitlist. Fortnite managed to surge to number one in the iOS App Store despite its limited availability during this beta period.

Fortnite is almost identical to the Battle Royale mode that is available for PC and console users. According to Epic Games, the iOS version of Fortnite includes the “same gameplay, same map, same weekly updates.” Fortnite supports cross-platform play, therefore iOS gamers will be able to play with their friends on other devices.
Epic Games has added a number of recent updates to its increasingly popular games. There is now an improved snipers-only game mode and a new homing missile weapon. Fortnite players have also recently been intrigued by a comet that has appeared over the “Tilted Towers”. Many believe that this comet signifies the beginning of a potentially spaced-themed fourth season of Fortnite. Epic Games latest update also comes on the heels of the release of the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds mobile app.
There is currently no release date for an Android-compatible version of Fortnite. The most Epic Games has said is that the update will be available in the “next few months”. Interested players can sign-up to be notified of the Android release.

Fortnite is now available on the iPhone SE, iPhone 6S, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X, the iPad Mini 4, the iPad Air 2, 2017, and iPad Pro. An internet connection and iOS 11 are required. Fortnite can be downloaded for free in the App Store.

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