Do you have an Android device and you’re dying to play Fortnite? We have a news that will make your day happy: you do not have to wait any longer to do it! This is possible thanks to the fact that as of today it stopped being an exclusive for Samsung Galaxy. So, anyone with a compatible device can download and enjoy it.
Now that the exclusive period with Samsung has ended, it does not mean that Fortnite: Battle Royale for Android can now be downloaded through Google Play. Remember that Epic has no plans to offer it through this store for good reasons, so you’ll have to download it from its official site.
Keep in mind that the following are Android devices that support Fortnite:
Samsung Galaxy – S7; S7 Edge; S8; S8 +; S9; S9 +: Note 8; Note 9; Tab S3 or Tab S4
Google – Pixel; Pixel XL; Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL
Asus – ROG Phone; Zenfone 4 Pro or 5Z, V
Essential Phone – PH-1
Huawei – Honor 10; Honor Play; Mate 10; Mate 10 Pro; Mate RS; Nova 3; P20; P20 Pro or V10
LG – G5; G6; G7 ThinQ; V20; V30 or V30 +
Nokia – 8
OnePlus – 5; 5T or 6
Razer – Razer Phone
Xiaomi – Blackshark, Mi 5; My 5S; My 5S Plus; My 6; My 6 Plus; My 8; My 8 Explore; My 8SE; My Mix; My Mix 2; My Mix 2S or My Note 2
ZTE – Axon 7; Axon 7s; Axon M; Nubia; Nubia Z17; Nubia Z17s or Nubia Z11
Is your phone not on the list? Don’t worry, as that does not mean that everything is lost. According to Epic, you may be able to run on it if you have Android version 8.0 or higher, 3 GB of RAM and a GPU such as the Adreno 530, the Mali-G71 MP20 or the Mali-G72 MP12 GPU.
Fortnite: Battle Royale is available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android.