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New shocking game mode being added to 'Fornite: Battle Royale'

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Theresa Hayes | 17 March, 2018, 19:08

Epic detailed the mobile version of the game in a short blog post today. To participate, you will need an internet connection and iOS 11 on at least an iPhone 6S/SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad 2017 devices. This is necessary for those who are current Fortnite players and would like their progress to transfer over to the mobile version of the game.

Epic Games are asking for feedback from fans, with Fortnite Mobile still very much in the beta stage.

The Fortnite iOS Invite Event is under way, as the popular game has finally hit the App Store.

Fortnite is having some occasional server issues after the iOS launch, which might be why they have a staggered loadout.

Your next job is to find the.exe file of Epic's battle royale phenomenon in your file explorer.

While you can download Fortnite for iOS-it's huge at 2GB-you will require an invite code to play the game.

Even if you had been living under a rock for the last couple of years, you would still probably know about the major impact that the online #Multiplayer Video Game, "Fortnite: #Battle Royale", has had on the gaming industry.

Yesterday's Fortnite update had many players feeling a little jumpy as players were starting to report seeing an increase in texture pop-in. If you've received a Fortnite Mobile invite but haven't received any friend invites, those will be coming in a separate email, so keep an eye out for them in the upcoming day.

At this point, you will be asked whether you're already a Fortnite player in any other platform such as PC, Xbox, iPhone, or PS4.

As mentioned at the top of this article, only certain devices can now run Fortnite on Mobile.

Once the game is downloaded, on the home screen you'll see a message which will ask if you have signed up already. After all, cosmetics are how Fortnite makes its money, so interest from players is paramount. Again Epic Games was there to reassure.