Fortnite for iOS Opens to Everyone, Invites No Longer Needed to Play

Don't be surprised if, in the coming weeks, Fortnite gets a whole lot more popular.

Epic Games made the announcement on Twitter today, saying you no longer need a special link or an invitation from a friend to play Battle Royale on mobile devices.

On the other hand, the game is still the same as what is experienced via PCs or consoles. Epic responded by actually adding a warning to the loading screen. Even there, due to vast response, the game suffered from a temporary server load, due to an increased number of users. Now all you have to do is head to the App Store and download the game.

In any case, this new development officially opens the mobile game up to all of the possibilities associated with the title.

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Fortnite has enjoyed quite a success this year, with milestone-breaking news almost every month. This will get you extra gear in the game. Even those, who hadn't ever heard of the game, signed up for the invite. However, we can still believe that the new Vending Machines section would be a major update to the game and it will be a crucial section for the serious players to conquer the game.

"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. The game has already surpassed PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in revenue, raking in more than US$126 million (~RM487 million) back in February. If possible, they can also trade in or trade out their materials and weapons.

If your teacher goes by the name Mr Hillman and you're a big fan of Fortnite mobile, you're in trouble.

  • Desiree Holland