It's been less than a week since Samsung announced that Fortnite will be exclusive to Android on its Galaxy devices, but this limited exclusivity is already over. As promised by Epic Games, today begins the expansion of Fortnite on Android devices, but still in beta form. The bad news is that an invitation is required to actually play the game, but the good news is fans can actually pre-install the beta.
Of course, Android users have to cope with the hassle of downloading the beta version installation directly from the Epic Games website and adjusting the security settings that are required. Once this is done, all you have to do is sign up for an invite and wait patiently.
Samsung device owners were able to download the beta through the company's Galaxy Apps store during the exclusive period, but now all Android users can retrieve it from the Epic website. It's also important to remember that Fortnite is not available in the Google Play Store in any way.
Fortnite requires a lot of resources as a mobile game and needs a fairly new mobile phone with a lot of power under its hood. Samsung owners can run it on the devices Galaxy S7, S8, S9, Note 8, Note 9, Tab S3 and Tab S4. Other hands-free mobile phones are Google's pixel and pixel XL models, the Razer Phone, the Essential Phone, Nokia 8 and several LG, Asus, Huawei, Xiaomi and ZTE devices
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