Fortnite on Mobile continues to pay a development team dedicated to cross-play and account-sharing.
And the revenue from the game on iOS shows how well Fortnite Battle Royale arrives on handheld devices.
For the latest news, Fortnite Mobile generated $ 2 million a day for the first 10 days of Season 5.
Recent data suggests that mobile users spent $ 150 million on Fortnite purchases, and that number will only increase.  This is because Fortnite's Android release date is scheduled for this summer and may arrive quite soon for some mobile users.
A new report this week suggests that the Android port of the successful Battle Royale game will start on one first
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9, followed by a full release later in this month.
Fortnite is reported to be on Note 9 for 30 days. A An interesting news is that a small number of Fortnite fans might very soon be playing the Android port.
The bad news for everyone else, however, is that the Fortnite Android version could be released
According to 9to5Google, Samsung will also try to attract Fortnite fans by pre-ordering customers by providing V-Buck rewards.
The report claims that Note 9 will pre-order customers Receive free V-bucks worth between $ 1
Pre-orderers who are not interested in Fortnite are reportedly receiving a number of wireless headsets.
Such a launch would likely serve as a beta version of Epic Games for Android version, though there's always the chance that something similar to what's happening on iOS is planned for full launch.
The report follows messages from Android game files that are found in the latest version of Fortnite onth.
Filenames have been named Android_Engine, Android_Game, and Android_RuntimeOptions
It is also interesting to note that these files also have a "Release 5.0" tag.
So it would be with the idea that a Fortnite The Android launch will take place in Season 5 of the game.
Epic Games have said in the past that they hope to release Fortnite on Android devices in the summer of 2018.
That technically gives them until September 23, a date that has now
During this period, it seems very likely that this will happen during the fifth season of Fortnite Battle Royale.
Season 5 will last a little over ten weeks
There is a possibility Epic Games could wait until the official launch of Season 6 to bring Android players into Battle Royale.
But from a technical point of view, th For Epic Games this seems like a difficult decision.
Aside from the fact that fans have long been waiting to play on their Android phones, there is also the fact that end-of-season is the most visible server traffic
As always, most are based above information on estimates and reports, therefore everything should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Fans will have to watch for major announcements on the internet next week, as soon something needs to be revealed.