Fornite Battle Royale Coming to iOS with Cross-Platform Support

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Mobile Version Announced with Cross-Platform Play with Nearly All Other Versions

'Fortnite Battle Royale is coming to mobile devices!

Fortnite Battle Royale is the direct competitor for PUBG but not anymore as the massively multiplayer online game is about to go all mobile expanding its horizon. This means it will have all of the game's updates, same map, same items and same gameplay.

Even when Fortnite Mobile initially launches in the next few months, it'll be iOS only while the developers put the finishing touches on the Android variant.

There are chances that the mobile version will include the game's famous Battle Pass.

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Fortnite Battle Royale is coming to mobile, help us all

This brings the same game that you know on PS4, Xbox One, PC and Mac to mobile. That's to say a player using an Xbox will be able to play with another player using a mobile device, like a smartphone or tablet. Epic Games promises console quality graphics and action meaning you'll get the same experience no matter the platform.

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. While Epic Games if offering early access to the beta of the game (see below for details), it's limited to iOS devices only. The invite event will begin on Monday, March 12, and everyone can sign, for which soon after will receive an invite on their Email. The more tech-conscious gamers will probably wonder how Epic is going to pull it off. Those who receive invites will also get friend invite codes to share with others.

Nintendo wasn't the only ones with surprising news, Epic Games confirmed that Fortnite is coming to iOS and Android devices. This seems more like a beta test of sorts than an official launch, so it's now uncertain when will Fortnite be on mobile for everyone. Last year, PUBG Corp. announced that it partnered with Tencent to come up with a mobile version of the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in China. Can't get home in time for the first match? While you wait, check out the best battle royale games for iPhone and Android.

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