While Epic Games continues to add new items, weapons, locations, and other content to Fortnite, the developer has remained quiet on the potential for weapon skins being introduced in the future.
While many of us know that Epic has chose to skip the Play Store and distribute Fortnite on its own in order to have a "direct relationship" with players and avoid giving Google a 30 percent cut of its sales, there are some Android users out there that don't know that.
The Fortnite Installer app is the primary method of downloading the actual game on Android, as it hasn't been released on the Play Store. It doesn't point directly to the right place to get Fortnite, which means some kids might still go searching for the game and wind up getting malware instead. This is how to install Fortnite on your Android phone.
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Epic Games launched the game on Apple's store in mid-March, and has since then earned more than Dollars 180 million on iOS devices.
But it's easy to see why Epic is choosing to distribute the game itself. Here's all the compatible Android devices.
As you can see, the Heavy Sniper Rifle is a beast of a weapon, as it is able to blast structures of different kinds away easily. It's steering people away from fake and possibly unsafe apps that might try to cash in on the confusion of Fortnite not being in the one place you'd really expect it to be. And when you think it's downloaded, you can open it to find out that there's an additional 1.04GB download.