The gear you buy in Fortnite is all a matter of status.
To say that Fortnite is a big deal in the gaming industry right now is a bit of an understatement. It’s now available across all platforms and, as reported by Forbes, regularly rakes in over $100 million on a monthly basis.
This is not the best way to play Fortnite.
After a long wait, Fortnite has finally arrived for Android — albeit currently as a beta soft-launched as an exclusive for Samsung Galaxy device. It’s also unique in being one of the biggest titles to find release on Android outside the Google Play Store, making it a rather bold experiment for developers Epic Games who are surely looking to cash in on the Android user base with its massive gaming cash cow.
Gaming is always better with friends in the mix!
Mobile gaming has come a long way in the past few years. These days, you’re not only able to play outstanding games on your phone, but there are so many awesome games you can play with friends.
It happened just like the leaks told us. Fortnite for Android is going to be a Samsung exclusive at launch, but things aren’t as bad as we thought. First of all, the Galaxy Note 9 isn’t the only Samsung device that can run the game.
Furthermore, the exclusivity period isn’t as long as we thought. Rather than 30 or 120 days, of waiting, you’ll only have to wait for a few days to try the beta on your current Android device, as long as it supports it.