Last Thursday Samsung and Epic Games announced that the Android version of the Fortnite Battle Royale app will initially only be available in the Galaxy Apps store. So much for this exclusivity. Anyone who has an invitation can now install the game, and you can request an invitation directly from Epic's website. We do not know when the invitations go out, but we understand that it can be as fast as two days after the request. In the meantime, you will receive an e-mail with a pre-installation that you need to upload to your mobile phone.
As the game bypasses the Google Play Store (Epic claims to Google's 30% discount on sales to save a list), Android users must sideload the APK. To do this, they must allow apps to be installed on their phones from an unknown source, allowing them to be opened up for malware. To prevent Android phones from becoming portals to hell, one minute after installing the Fortnite APK, an Android user will receive notification that they need to revoke their permission after installing the game to install apps from unknown sources become.
Epic says that 300 million of the 2.5 billion active Android phones, or 1
2%, will be able to run Fortnite "well". Obviously, your high end Android models tend not to suffer from performance issues during the game.
If you're just waiting to play Fortnite on your Android phone, and you do not have a Samsung model, click on Sourellink now, request an invitation and get ready to prepare your phone for the invitation, which you should receive in a few days.