The Battle Royale experience goes mobile for supported phones and tablets.
After its recent invite-only test, Epic Games has announced that Fortnite Mobile is now available to all iOS users. Availability will depend on the iOS device owned though. Supported smartphones include iPhone SE, 6S, 7, 8 and X while tablets include iPad Mini 4, Air 2, Pro and iPad 2017.
Though Fortnite Mobile could be downloaded on the iOS App Store since the test began, only those with invites could play it. You’ll still need to create an account on Epic’s site to play the game so head here.
Fortnite Mobile has received praise for providing a complete experience despite the limitations of mobile hardware. Weekly challenges and such are available along with optional cross-play to other platforms. Of course, it doesn’t look as good as the PC and home console versions but it’s still very impressive and runs great. The Android version of Fortnite Mobile doesn’t have a release date but Epic has confirmed that it’s still in development.