Fortnite had made records in the gaming world when Epic games launched it last year and it became the most popular game of all time. The game with an endless implementation of imagination combining with the multiplayer shooting battle is the perfect choice for gamers. In 2017, Epic games launched Fortnite game for PC, Mac, Xbox, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. The game was an instant hit, and the company keeps improving it with innovative additions. Recently the company added a new tool for the gamers to build their own battleground using their imagination, which resulted in stunning creations.
As the mobile gaming world holds significant market nowadays, so no game company wants to miss the opportunity. Later on, Epic games launched the Fortnite on iOS for the iPhone and iPad users and announced that it would launch the Fortnite for Android soon. Last week, the company launched the Fortnite beta version for Samsung devices and later on for the other Android smartphones. However, for Samsung users, it is much easier to get the Fortnite Android Beta compared to any other Android smartphone.
Epic Game’s decision to bypass the Google Play Store for saving 30% profit suddenly makes it hard for the gamers to get their hands on the game. So, you won't be able to find the game by searching for it on Google Play Store, and you need to jump a few humps to enjoy Fortnite.
Epic games have directly provided the Fortnite Mobile for the Samsung devices to download quickly.
Here comes the tricky one, downloading Fortnite Mobile on the non-Samsung Android device requires few steps and patience. First, you need to check whether your device is compatible with the game or not. Epic Game has integrated a different installer on the Fortnite website for Android users to download the Fortnite, and this requires you to follow the below steps.
However, you won't be able to play the Fortnite yet, give Epic game to boot up your account and you can resume your score and profile on. Now, you can launch the app start playing, and you should keep the installer as it will keep update with patches.
Akash Singh Chauhan is a senior writer at MobileAppDaily and he mainly covers all the latest happenings and tweaks in mobile app technology. Being an Engineering graduate he is always compelled to the technology and tries to discover new trends in the tech world. Along with any tech news he also never misses a single episode of ‘Dragon Ball’.Follow