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 fortnite.com
After that, download the Epic Games application
Then click Install and wait until the process is complete
Open the Epic Games application
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.