Fortnite is Getting Cross-Platform Play, Epic Confirms

  • Fortnite is Getting Cross-Platform Play, Epic Confirms

Fortnite is Getting Cross-Platform Play, Epic Confirms

And now, Fortnite has announced that the game is coming on mobile devices.

The site where you register is now down for maintenance, but should be back online by 5pm United Kingdom time.

"Thanks for your patience!" Android support is on the way in the next few months. The invitation doesn't guarantee you that you will have a spot on this exclusive iOS experience. "We'll notify you when your Android device is supported".

Speaking in the latest development update, Williamson suggested that the teased jetpacks are some way off while Epic works to get the implementation of them right. With this set up, PC players will be able to see their PS4 friends when they're online, and join their games via the main Fortnite menu. It's good to hear Epic is taking its time with the jetpack, as the kind of speed and mobility it may allow could have a significant impact on how Battle Royale plays. If you're invited, you shall receive an email with a download link for the game. Make sure you use your Epic account if you already have one, because your progress will transfer over between platforms! We'll notify you when your Android device is supported. Having played a round (and won, believe it or not), the game controls as well as any third-person shooter I've played on my iPhone 8.

"Save the World uses way more memory and CPU resources than Battle Royale and would be very hard to bring to mobile devices", a message from Epic Games explains.

"Sign up below for the Fortnite Invite Event on iOS waiting list".

Once you signup, you will then have to wait until invites are sent out via email, which Epic has stated should be sent out "soon".

The content and the novelties of "Fornite" do not seem to have limits since it implemented its successful Battle Royale mode.