'Fortnite' now available for everyone on iOS

'Fortnite' now available for everyone on iOS


If you've got a device that will support the game, get downloading.

Fortnite is arguably one of the biggest games in the world right now, largely in part to its PvP Battle Royale mode.

"Fortnite Battle Royale" is a 100-player first-person-shooter deathmatch across a large map, where players must skydive from a flying battle bus to an island, carrying only a pickaxe. A teacher going by the name Mr. Hillman sent a request to Epic Games asking them to warn players about playing Fortnite mobile in class, seemingly as just a joke.

After this release, Fortnite is now available for iOS, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Mac. With a tactical shotgun appearing on the machine for the official announcement and a minigun appearing on the model that was discovered accidentally in the game, it is safe to say that your standard weapons will be available for purchase. While the game developer does a great job releasing updates, there is certainly room for improvement when it comes to bug fixes.

With that, they also confirmed some stories that the fans had been speculating regarding the vending machine. The only thing we don't know is when Android devices will be getting the game.

The contest lasts until April 10, so if you plan on dancing for the internet to see, get your entries in by then.

The year 2018 was good for Epic Games and it saw rise in sales of Fortnite. Optimising games for Android devices tends to be a bit more hard than Apple devices, on account that the hardware used in Android phones could either be more powerful or ill-equipped to handle such titles.

The smash hit from Epic Games has crossed another massive milestone, according to influencer marketing platform Matchmade.

We're all for fun and games, but don't forget to put down the controller every once and a while!

  • Terrell Bush