Published: Sun, October 14, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Fortnite : how to play on Android without an invitation ?

Fortnite : how to play on Android without an invitation ?

While the Fortnite Android Beta previously required an invite to play, it's now open for everyone to play completely free.

Eventually, Epic made it available to other compatible Android devices through an invite process but many did not receive an invite at all. If you are interested in checking out Fortnite on your Android smartphone then you simply need to head over to game's website and sign up for the Android beta.

Now that the exclusive period with Samsung has ended, it does not mean that Fortnite: Battle Royale for Android can now be downloaded through Google Play.

First of all, you will need to go to your handset's Settings and allow downloading apps from unknown sources.

Your Android phone knows better and might show you a warning where it won't install unknown apps. Console players will soon be able to get their hands on the Fortnite Deep Freeze Bundle in stores. Until today, only a few gamers had access to the Fortnite for Android version.

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Doing so will launch the Fortnite installer, which will then download the rest of the game. Unfortunately, the game is very demanding, so if you have an older device don't expect to run Fortnite at its maximum level of details.

Unlike its rival PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG Mobile), Fortnite isn't available on the Google Play Store. Epic Games also recommends a GPU that's either an Adreno 530 or higher, Mali-G71 MP20, or Mali-G72 MP12 or higher.

Epic later confirmed that the game will be available on non-Samsung smartphones running Android.

That averages out to players spending about $1.5 million per day on that version of "Fortnite" alone. Epic's vague tweet doesn't provide much additional information about the issue, however. The developer recently released 6.02 for Fortnite on PS4, PC, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and mobile. Players will be able to use this both for traveling quickly across the island and smashing into things they want to destroy.

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