Fortnite Mobile Invite Event Codes For iOS Rolling Out, iPhone App Available To Download Now

Fortnite Mobile for iOS is now live in the App Store, as you can officially signup to get an invite to Fortnite on iOS be heading over to the Fortnite website. Here are the details you need to know how to get an invite for the official Fortnite Battle Royale Mobile game on your iPhone.

Fortnite Mobile for iPhone and iPad is now available to download from the iOS App Store. But there’s a catch to it as you’ll require an invite code in order to be able to play the popular battle royale game on your iOS 11 running iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device.

Hot now is the iOS app version release, the company behind it, Epic Games, has also started sending out invite codes to the first batch of lucky gamers. If you followed our advice and sign up instructions for it which we told you about the event invite to sign up page going live a few days ago, you’ll definitely have an invite for the original game in your inbox right now.

Today we’re emailing the first round of invites for the Fortnite Invite Event on iOS. This is the initial round of invites. We will be sending more in the coming days and weeks, so if you don’t get one right away, don’t worry.

Unfortunately, if you haven’t got the invite code in email, stay tuned it will arrive soon. And if have it already, you can proceed to App Store link for the game here and download the game.

Those members who haven’t signed up for an invite yet can do so by going here: fortnite.com/mobile.

As for Android release, Epic Games hasn’t said anything about it other than “We expect to rollout Android in the next few months.”

Sorry Android gamers, but if you can’t wait for the official game release of Fortnite Mobile, or are on iOS and don’t have the invite to play the official game just yet, you can check out FortCraft – a Fortnite Mobile clone available right now for both Android and iOS devices here: Download: FortCraft Android APK, iOS IPA Download Brings Fortnite Mobile Clone Released

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