Fortnite is an Action game for Android published by Epic games in 2017
Fortnite Android Game 2017 Overview:
one of the best battle royal game ever is finally out for android
(V7.20.0 Update added)
Fortnite for Android is the final piece of the puzzle that started out in September of last year with the release of the Fortnite Battle Royale mode on consoles, PC, and Mac. Since then, the game got a release on iOS earlier this year in April and a couple of months ago on Nintendo Switch.
The Android version of the game is understandably very late when compared to other platforms. Or perhaps, not so late if the objective here was to rejuvenate interest in the game and start the hype cycle all over again.
Unfortunately, the launch of the Android version hasn’t been the smoothest. The company first announced it won’t be releasing the game on the Google Play Store but through its own website. Then it had a timed exclusivity with Samsung devices. Even though that was short-lived, the game is still not available to every Android device, with only a few hand-picked devices being supported right now.
Most importantly, the game being released right now is still in beta, and not the final release we saw on iOS.
But it’s finally here and we have it installed on a Samsung Galaxy S9+,
which is probably the best way to experience the game on this platform right now. Since we have already reviewed the game back when it released on iOS, we won’t be discussing it in detail again and will mostly focus on the Android port and its differences and similarities to the iOS version.
Features of Fortnite:
- High-quality Graphics and HD Audio
- Realistic Weapons
- Team Up with Friends
- Fair Gaming Environment
Android Version Requirement:
v5.0 and up
File Size : 103 & 1040 MB