Fortnite mobile hits iOS: How to get beta codes

Fortnite mobile hits iOS: How to get beta codes

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Battle Royale games have become the talk of the town lately, even though big publishers and developers are yet to get into the genre. We have for you today the Fortnite update 1.50 patch notes, so you can know all of the changes and fixes for the game in this version V3.3 update. However, be warned, the game size comes in at a hefty 2GB so make sure your iPhone or iPad has enough memory and that the download speeds are up to scratch.

As for device requirements, Fortnite requires an iPhone SE/iPhone 6s or newer, or an iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4, or 2017 iPad. Also, since this is a multiplayer game, it will require a constant internet connection.

How to signup for the event?

To play Fortnite Mobile you need a compatible device.

If you don't have a Fortnite account, you will be able to create one, either via Facebook log in or signing up directly. So yes, you would get the entire gameplay of this game on your iOS devices just like the PC interface. Also, the game will not work on every device.

If you are attempting to sign up for Fornite Mobile, or sign in on PSN, XBox or mobile, you probably will not be successful. The full game will be there for your iOS devices so you can explore each and every feature and function of this game on a mobile platform as well.

When and how can I play Fortnite on iOS?

What do you want to see from competitive play?

You will be directed to the Apple App store where you can download Fortnite Mobile. "After you sign up at www.fortnite.com/mobile, you will be notified via email once you get in".

"We are aware of instances where users' accounts have been compromised using well-known hacking techniques and are working to resolve these issues directly with those players affected", Epic Games acknowledged the issue, adding that any players who think their account could be hacked should contact the player support as soon as possible. But a new Android version of PUBG is awesome, and it's now available for Android... if you're in Canada.

The first invitations to the Fortnite iOS beta started going out on March 16, and more people will be added in the coming days and weeks.

  • Terrell Bush