Epic Games' Fortnite is officially out of beta on mobile, meaning anyone with an iPhone SE / 6S or later running iOS 11 (or an iPad mini 4 / Air 2 or later) can download the game and jump into a match. Even then, it quickly became the platform's top game.
The mobile version is a faithful port of the mode playable on Mac, PC, and consoles, but doesn't include the separate "Save the World" paid player-vs-environment campaign.
Yes, I've been reading the comments, I know you are exhausted of Fortnite news, but it's not my fault that Epic Games continues to dominate the gaming market (and with it bring more viewers to my articles). It is not available for all iOS users either as there are some hardware requirements. It's an interesting mix of strategy and luck depending on what kind of player you are, and there's a lot more to come in the game as the year stretches on. Now, anyone can play it simply by downloading the free-to-play app.
The flux of new weapons being added to Fortnite: Battle Royale in recent weeks has sparked many discussions about the balancing of weapon strength and variety.
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Recently, one teacher asked Epic Games to help him stop his students from playing the popular video game in class, and Epic Games delivered.
The game developer released 3.4 patch for "Fortnite" a few days ago, and Mr. Hillman got what he wanted.
Epic announced the move this morning on Fortnite's official Twitter account.
Once again, Epic Games showed that they care about the community and the feedback from it.