The Fortnite Android beta test is live

Posted by smrtsmith on August 23rd, 2018

Epic Games kicked off of the Fortnite Android beta test today, with the very first round of invitations planning to owners of Samsung Galaxy devices. The beta is support within the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge , S8, S8+, S9, S9+, Note 8, Note 9, Tab S3, and Tab S4, and anyone who buys a whole new Note 9 or Tab S4 will likely get a swanky new Galaxy outfit.
The beta are going to be made offered to non-Samsung devices "over the following few days," Non-listed devices running Android 5.0 (Lollipo) or newer, with Fortnite Skins a minimum of 3GB RAM as well as an Adreno 530 or older, Mali-G71 MP20, or Mali-G72 MP12 or maybe more GPU, may also be capable of run the sport, but that'll certainly be a matter of try-and-see. The following models from HTC, Lenovo, and Sony will not be currently supported,Android users will never be forced to undertake PC and Fortnite Items console players—by default, mobile players are just matched against other mobiles—plus they won't manage to play the Save the World mode either, because it's too memory and CPU intensive, "and could be very difficult to get to mobile phones." Support for voice chat and Bluetooth controllers will not available at release however they are coming later, and rooted devices will not be supported either, but may be inside future if Epic can come on top of "effective anti-cheat solutions."
Invitations to your Fortnite Android beta is going to be sent out in waves. Sign up for yours at

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