Published: Tue, April 03, 2018
Sci-tech | By Lila Blake

Fortnite is now available on iOS for everyone, Coming on Android Soon

Fortnite is now available on iOS for everyone, Coming on Android Soon

Everyone is invited, so long as the dance is original and fits "the playful personality of Fortnite". If you want to check it out for yourself, head over to the iOS App Store [download]. If you have an iPhone 6S or newer, you can download the game and start annihilating the competition, as of this morning, thanks to a tweet via Epic Games. Battle royale title Player Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) arrived on iOS and Android devices for free on March 20 and dino-hunting title ARK: Survival Evolved is set to arrive on mobile devices sometime this Spring. Epic Games' Fortnite doesn't support every iOS device, so checking the list below will help you determine if your device is compatible or not. In less than a month, we've gone from the first announcement of the mobile version to it being open to all iOS players, so Epic is definitely moving along at a fast pace here.

According to the report, not only Fortnite benefited from being a free-to-play title but also helped the free-to-play console market to grow 359% compared to past year.

Fortnite might just be the most popular game in the Western world these days, and it appears close to seizing a Minecraft-like status as a bonafide cultural phenomenon.

The contest lasts until April 10, so if you plan on dancing for the internet to see, get your entries in by then. Coming to mobile has introduced the game to an even larger audience. Fortnite earned more additional content revenue on console than any game other than Call of Duty: WWII and now has more monthly active users than Grand Theft Auto V.

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