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Fortnite is now available for download on any Android device

Fortnite on Android is now available without an invitation for compatible devices By Dan Goldstein Fortnite on Android is now available without an invitation for compatible devices By Dan Goldstein
Sherri Watson | 14 October, 2018, 18:48

The Fortnite beta is finally available on Android to download and play without any invite needed.

For those unaware, Fortnite Mobile for Android (beta version) was released in August this year alongside Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 in August.

The need for an invite has been removed, meaning everyone who wants to try out the Fortnite Android beta can do so.

Anyone with a compatible Android device can head over to the Epic Games website and pick up Fornite.

Epic Games made a decision to bypass the Google Play Store as a middleman for Android gamers, which also allows the developer to skip paying Google a percentage of profits. Devices running Android 8.0 or higher, with 3GB or more RAM, and an Adreno 530 GPU (or equivalent) will probably be able to run the battle royale smoothly. Here's a review of Fortnite Android from the Samsung Galaxy S9.

Download Fortnite for Android here! Those with compatible devices can now download the popular battle royale title for free.

PUBG was great until it met its competition in the form of Fortnite and now, Fortnite is one of the biggest games on the planet with over millions of players globally. Now, going forward, the Epic Games game is open to users of all compatible devices on the platform. The battle royal game surpassed the likes of Clash Royale, Honor of Kings, and Knives Out when it comes to their first-200-day revenue. PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Switch players have been enjoying the game for a long time. Players are divided into two teams of 32, and they need to capture the dance floors by dancing and defending them from enemies.

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