Believe it or not, Epic Games is planning to bring Fortnite Battle Royale to mobile devices. There is a catch in the list as the game would support cross-platform between PC, PS4, Mac, iOS, and Android but Xbox One is not included in it.
Interested players must sign up for the invite-only event starting this Monday, March 12th.
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This means that you'll be able to play with and against players from other platforms, and that you'll be able to team up with friends across devices - pretty darn cool, right? Cross-Play is future of games, but the balance between multiple platforms is the pain dealing with. Given that Fortnite has a much more mobile friendly look and play-style, it's actually not that hard to imagine how such a mobile port might work. "Players who receive invites from Epic will also get friend invite codes to share with others", the developer said. Users must have at least an iPhone 6S, iPhone SE, iPad mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 or any of the 2017 models of the iPad. It didn't. And thanks to PUBG's own fame, the massive multiplayer battle royale mode gained 10 million players just two weeks after it was released as a free standalone game. Support for Android platers will follow in the next few months, though no exact window is announced. In the meantime, we'll have to be content with the current mobile option for Fortnite: Battle Royale. You'd have to imagine that console/PC players would have an advantage. However, PUBG's mobile has grown immensely popular in China. You can play against gamers on PS4, Mac and PC while you play on iOS. The game has blown up since its release late a year ago, but where did it come from and why is it such a big deal?
And the best thing is, the game won't differ from its desktop/console counterparts.