Fortnite Leaves iOS Invite Only Phase, Now Available to Everyone

Fortnite Leaves iOS Invite Only Phase, Now Available to Everyone

Fortnite Leaves iOS Invite Only Phase, Now Available to Everyone

Because of this worldwide mobile iOS launch, potentially millions upon millions of people with compatible devices are attempting to connect for the very first time.

The game comes with weekly challenges to keep itself interesting.

There are no more invitations for Fortnite's mobile version of the game. We're questioning how Epic Games could explain a Vending Machine fitting into a player's pocket though. Instead, they found a really surprising item - a vending machine. Players would be able to break down the Vending Machine after using it to ensure other players won't be able to use it later in the game. Alcohol addiction troubles many but you don't get breweries asking for it to be labelled "Unstoppabble Beer Syndrome" just to make those without problems feel better. In beta stages, apps and games normally go through testing to find out any bugs that may hamper user experience. Recently, they also released another great feature out there: "Snipers-only" game mode. Any device older than that will have trouble running the fairly demanding game, even though it's already a significantly downgraded version.

With the help of the bug, numerous Fortnite Players have seen the availability of this Vending Machines feature on their game. Usually when something appears in the New Updates tab it means it's coming soon so we'd guess it'd be here on Thursday.

Whether or not the machines will be in random locations every game, or in a select few locations, is unclear right now.

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