Recently, Fortnite is introduced on mobile including with both the iOS and Android versions. It is the most played games across the world both out of beta, and many players and champions already jumped in to try it out.
Luckily, the cartoonish art style of Fortnight’s lets it downscale easily to smartphone screens. So it’s in actual the real thing, and as you are reading this, it’s just because you want to jump right in.
Follow step-by-step guide which is given below for starting your Fortnight mobile adventure.
Steps to Download Android Fortnite:
If you’re an iOS user, follow the steps given below carefully.
- Firstly, head to the App store.
- Then, in the search bar search for Fortnite,
- Next, Click on the install tab to Install it.
- After that, wait for the game’s icon to pop up on your home screen or list of apps.
Like all your other apps, you won’t find it on the Google Play Store if you’re sporting an Android phone. And the reasons is that it is partially building an exact relationship with players but may have a lot more to do with not giving Google a 30% cut on Fortnite app purchases.
Many malware scams are posing as Fortnite mobile apps currently, so we’ve built out precisely what you need to go to begin playing Fortnite’s official mobile game on the go.
1- Check your phone can play it or not
Before going any further, make sure whether your phone is compatible with Fortnite mobile. Though the game has been optimized to play on mobile, older phones just aren’t been able to perform the needed level to run the game.
2- Modification of your Security Setting
This is among the easiest step to overlook. Firstly, you need to allow your Android device to install and then run apps download from other places. Be cautious when you about to turn on the setting, as you’ll need to ensure that you only download apps that you know are safe and reliable.
Note- Make sure that it’s only Epic Game’s official version to avoid downloading malware to your phone.
Head to your phone’s setting tab: Generally, a small cog icon found in the drop-down header bar on your Android phones. Then, scroll downwards, and next to where it says ‘Unknown sources,’ you need to tap the toggle to turn this setting on.
3- Fortnite Installer should be Downloaded
Remember that on the Fortnite website anyone on Android will have to find a dedicated install file.
Players need to open an internet browser on their Android Smartphone whether that’s Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox and then go to the Fortnite Android web page to download the Fortnite Installer.
Earlier, players need to request a beta invitation to get the file, but now you’ll be able to download directly to your smartphone.
Important! Only take up about 2mb of storage the install file APK will, however, the game itself comes in at a more sizeable 2GB.