Anyone can now play Fortnite on Android

Screengrab via Epic Games

Screengrab via Epic Games

"Players on Samsung Galaxy devices will be able to drop in immediately and we'll begin rolling out access in waves for other compatible Android devices over the next few days". You have to join the open beta by scanning a QR code, and it will take you to the download page. We have a news that will make your day happy: you do not have to wait any longer to do it! The game isn't available in the Play Store, so you'll need to fire up your browser to get it. The item is listed as "Coming Soon" in the Fortnite lobby, where Epic says the vehicle has a boost feature that enables it to crash through buildings, among other things.

At the time of this writing, Fortnite on Android does not support voice chat, rooted devices, and does not include Save the World mode (nor will it).

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The only bad news is that Epic Games has warned players about what version of the operating system they should be using to play Fortnite. The registration would require you to create an Epic Games account or sign in with your existing account if you have played the game previously on a console or iOS device. But, even with the added steps and some early security concerns, Fortnite managed to snag 15 million downloads as an invite-only Android game in the first month of its release. We honestly haven't played in a while, but we're excited to see how much the game has changed since launch.

It's worth mentioning that Fortnite recommends that your Android smartphone should be running version Oreo or higher. It is a battle royale scenario where the last one standing wins.

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