Epic Games’ Fortnite Battle Royale is undoubtedly one of the biggest multiplayer games of 2018, and it keeps getting bigger and bigger. A couple of days ago, the studio announced an iOS and Android versions of the title are coming to mobile devices soon. They confirmed cross-play between mobile devices and Xbox One players, and even cross-progression support.
The game’s official Twitter account recently announced sign-ups for the iOS version of Fortnite is finally open.
All you have to do is click on the link provided in the tweet above and follow the steps below:
- Log in with your Epic Games account from the top right corner.
- Click on Sign-Up Through Email.
- Choose the type of iOS device you own.
and then your sign-up will be confirmed through the screen shown below as well as a confirmation email sent to your Epic Games’ account email shortly after.
As for when exactly invites will start rolling out, the studio’s FAQ page recently received a Mobile section to answer some of these questions, and the most relevant ones are below. Most of them concern the invitations roll-out dates and criteria, compatibility, bluetooth controller support and if players will get to invite their friends if they didn’t get an invite.
Q: When can I play Fortnite Battle Royale on my iOS device?
A: Once the event begins and you receive an invite. Invites will start rolling out soon to players who have signed up.
Q: Why haven’t I received an invite?
A: We’re sending out invites as our services scale up to handle more players with the goal of maintaining a healthy player population. Not everyone will get in at the same time. After you sign up at www.fortnite.com/mobile, you will be notified via email once you get in.
Q: My friend received an invite and they signed up after me, what gives?
A: Factors that contribute to the order in which players receive invites include sign-up order, proximity to a data center, and device model. If your friend got invited by Epic, check with them to see if they have a friend code to share with you.
Q: Will Bluetooth controllers work?
A: Not initially. Bluetooth controller support is coming later.
Q: Will there be voice chat?
A: Not initially. Later, we plan to support voice chat.
Make sure to share with us your triumphant moments on Fortnite’s mobile version if you were lucky enough to get an invite.
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