Plus, support for 60Hz added on some Android devices as well.
In news that is sure to have Netflix quaking in their boots, Fortnite is about to get a whole lot more compelling to play on smartphones. While the iOS and Android versions of the game have thus far relied on touch screen controls (and done a pretty good job of it, judging by how popular the game seems to be on mobile devices), now, you shall be able to play even this version of the game with proper physical controls.
The newest patch for the game, version 7.3.0, adds wireless controller support for the mobile versions of Fortnite. On Android, users can expect “most” Bluetooth controller adapters to function with the game, while iOS users have a smaller pool to choose from, with only MFi certified controllers working with Fortnite.
The update has several other changes as well, including a new grenade that freezes enemies, as well as 60Hz on some Android devices. You can check out the patch notes, and we’ve copied some relevant portions for you below as well. Fortnite is out now on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, iOS, and Android.