It’s Official: Fortnite Mobile Android Version To Arrive This Summer Following A Successful iOS Debut

A post titled “The State of Mobile“, Fortnite creator Epic Games has discussed a number of important points of the game from a development perspective, has confirmed that the global smash hit title will be landing on to Android “this summer.”

To give Fortnite gamers an overview of the quality of life improvements and enhancements the team has been put together how progressively they’re working on since the launch of popular Fortnite for iOS.

Fortnite Android APK

Arriving soon than later this year, the Android Fortnite title include things like a customizable HUD, which is currently live in the iOS version of the game, as well as excellent feature improvements like voice chat, and the blog post also shows up a hugely improved gaming performance which massively increases the overall enjoyment and playability of the game.

All of those performance enhancements and the quality of life improvements wouldn’t originally mean anything to Android owners, save for the fact that Android platform has now been confirmed and announced that those device owners should definitely benefit from all sorts of the improvements made over the last few months:

Fortnite is coming to Android!

We are targeting this summer for the release. We know many of you are excited for this release, and we promise that when we have more information to share, you’ll hear it from us first.

In addition to sharing news about an Android release, Epic Games has also retweeted a bunch of new features for mobile devices, including a customizable HUD, voice chat, and general performance improvements and stability.

We know that communication is key when you’re squadding up for that Victory Royale, so we’re working to bring voice chat to mobile. On top of that, you’ll be able to chat with your teammates regardless of platform!

Epic Games says that is somewhat targeting this summer for release, meaning that, all things going well. Android tablet and smartphone owners should have a game in their hands sooner-rather-than-later. Literally, as the wording alludes to, this could be subject to change and the delay could be pushed back. It’s also likely that Epic will release the game with an invite-only type rollout – similar iteration to what happened with the iOS platform – in order to monitor server performance and to ensure that it can handle the load and the number of gamers placed upon it.

iOS gamers have been able to enjoy the Fortnite experience since the middle of March and in fact sitting at the top of the charts and that users reportedly spent almost over $15 million in the first three weeks of availability, Epic Games will have yet another success story on its hands when it eventually makes its way onto the Play Store.

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