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How to play Fortnite on Android, at least your cellphone has 4 GB RAM

Fortnite is reportedly coming to iOS devices at the end of 2024. So what about Android phones, when will it be released?

For gamers who usually play games using Google’s operating system, you don’t need to wait long if you want to enjoy Fortnite. Because Epic Games has presented it.

Here’s how to play Fortnite on Android, based on GameStation’s experience of trying it out firsthand. Before that, make sure the cellphone you are using has at least 4 GB RAM, is running Android OS 8.0 or higher, and is using Adreno 530.

For GPU, you can also use Mali-G71 MP20 or Mali-G72 MP12. But if you want to experience a more impressive gaming experience, you can use a cellphone with high specs.

How to Play Fortnite on Android

First of all, you need to know that there are two steps you can take, namely through the official website and the Samsung Galaxy Store. Just in practice, in the end these two steps will lead players to download the game via the Epic Games application.

So here we will explain how to get Fortnite from the official site.

Type the keyword Fortnite Mobile into Google

Then select the top link that directs players to

After that, download the Epic Games application

Then click Install and wait until the process is complete

Open the Epic Games application

Select Fortnite

Next click Install

Wait for the download process to complete

If you have entered the game and downloaded the file at least around 11.6 GB

Enter your Epic Games gamer account

If you don’t have one, please create an account by selecting Create a New Account

Click Accept (agree to the agreement) and finish

Here, just select what resolution you want to apply

Epic Games provides two options, namely Low and High. If you select High, you have to download the 4.7 GB file again. Meanwhile, if you select Low, there is no need to download again

That’s more or less how to play Fortnite on Android. So gamers don’t have to wait long until the end of 2024.

Viral on TikTok, War Veteran Good at Playing Battlefield 2042

Good seems to be the right word to describe this gamer’s abilities. However, it wasn’t just his skill that made him go viral, there was something else.

How could it not be, the gamer’s age is currently 71 years old. The gamer in question is a shooting game streamer. He is usually known as GrndPaGaming.

GrndPaGaming said he did not want to reveal his real name. He said this was done to avoid harassment.

Furthermore, netizens were excited by him, because Grandpa uploaded a short video, showing his prowess in playing Battlefield 2042. There he repeatedly got a headshot (a technique for killing an opponent by shooting the head).

Of course, after the FYP video on TikTok, many netizens gave various reactions. Most of them praised his skill in playing this shooting game made by DICE, which was published by Electronic Arts.

In fact, quite a few Indonesian netizens also commented on TikTok. One of them, from an account called Rois, thinks that this grandfather is better than himself.

“His aim is really hard. It’s different from me, whose aim is bad,” he said.

Until this news was written, the 50 second video had received more than 7.8 million views, 578.9 thousand likes, commented on by 5,058 people, and the content was saved 45.8 thousand times. It is likely that the numbers will continue to increase.

The Veteran Never Wrong

It seems that his greatness is a legacy of what he did when he was young. GrndPaGaming revealed that he had served in the United States Navy for 20 years.

During that time, he served in several regions such as Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Guam and Palembang. Therefore, his military background became the source of his grandfather’s love for first person shooter games.

Some of the games he likes include Fallout 4, Armored Warfare, World of Warships, World of Tanks, The Witcher 3, Battlefield 1, 2, 3 & 4, League of Legends, Doom and The Division, Apex Legends.

Epic Games Holiday Sale 2023 Held, Game Discounts Up to 90%

It looks like gamers won’t be bored during the New Year holidays. The reason is that there are many quality games at low prices that you can enjoy.

Apart from the Steam Winter Sale 2023 which is being held by Valve, it turns out that Epic Games also has interesting offers for its fans. Through their newest program entitled Holiday Sale 2023, now gamers can add to their collection of games to play during the holidays.

The 2023 Holiday Sale actually took place from December 13th. Well, here Epic Games is holding it for approximately 29 days, which ends on January 10 2024.

Of course, this is encouraging news, because gamers can find a variety of cool games at quite large price cuts. Some of them, such as Hogwarts Legacy, get a 40 percent discount.

Epic Games doesn’t want to be outdone by Steam, which gives huge discounts

Then there is God of War which is priced at IDR 364,500, from the initial price of IDR 729 thousand. Apart from that, the game by Insomniac, namely Spider-Man Remastered, is also discounted by 40 percent, bringing the selling price to IDR 527,400 from IDR 879 thousand.

There are still many quality games that are getting discounts. As a reference, you can check the list below.

Who knows, maybe you might be interested in bringing him in. But keep in mind, the prices listed below are after discounts.

Alan Wake 2 – Rp. 456,400

Dead Island 2 – Rp. 395,400

Star Wars Jedi: Survivor – Rp. 379,500

Assassins Creed Mirage – Rp. 405,300

Red Dead Redemption 2 – Rp. 211,200

GTA V: Premium Edition – Rp. 150,375

The Last of US Part I – Rp. 588,930

Dead Space – Rp. 263,600

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales – Rp. 437,400

Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart – RP 588,930

Not only that, Epic Games also offers a series of games with even bigger discounts. Examples include the Victorian Admirals Marianas Incident 1887 (90 percent), Ash of Gods: Redemption (80 percent), Greak: Memories of Azur (70 percent), Botanicula (80 percent), The Lord of the Rings Return to Moria (50 percent) , EA Sports FC 24 (60 percent), and many more.

Epic Games Wins Lawsuit, Google is Considered a Monopoly in the Play Store

After waiting for about three years, Epic Games finally won its battle with Google. A Federal Grand Jury declared that Google had exercised an illegal monopoly on its store.

The ruling also included findings that the tech giant abused the relationship between its app store and Google Play Billing service. Including agreements regarding game distribution with Activision, Ubisoft, Square Enix and others which are monopolistic in nature, as reported by Game Station from Kotaku, Thursday (14/12/2023).

So that means, from the results of the trial, it was revealed that they had made secret agreements with smartphone companies and game publishers. Here, Google reportedly spent billions of dollars on Activision and others, to keep it from launching its own app store.

That way, they can continue to maintain their dominance in the Android market. That’s the maneuver Google is trying to do against Epic and Riot Games.

But Judge James Donato has not yet decided which law should be applied. Meanwhile, he is still thinking about how to take the right steps to fix this problem.

It is known that both parties will meet again with the Judge in the second week of January. The aim is definitely to discuss how to resolve this illegal monopoly case.

But on the other hand, Wilson White, Google Affairs and Public Policy VP, said his party plans to appeal. According to him, the trial made it clear that his company only competed fiercely with Apple and the Apple Store.


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