Fortnite is now available on iOS for everyone, no invite required

Posted April 04, 2018

Epic announced the big news this week.

With what it seems like every major multiplayer, online game coming to mobile now, including PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and even ARK: Survival Evolved, the prospect of playing titles like Fortnite on the go has been quite the upward trend.

Three weeks ago Epic Games launched its Fortnite iOS invite event, which would dole out invites to players are random intervals, in an effort to ease pressure on servers.

While Fortnite Mobile on iOS is now fully available to all players, it still isn't finished when it comes to development. The same Vending Machines had been discovered by a few players after the first patch of the game which was available on various locations. While the game developer does a great job releasing updates, there is certainly room for improvement when it comes to bug fixes.

He's got a point, lots of games are positive experiences, but by suggesting gaming addiction isn't a thing as it "could stigmatise regular consumers of video games", is rather odd.

The contest lasts until April 10, so if you plan on dancing for the internet to see, get your entries in by then. If possible, they can also trade in or trade out their materials and weapons. Epic likes to try out different modes instead of the usual solo, duo, and squad options with fun, different types to keep the game fresh.

It has been a wild year for Epic, as Fortnite has risen to milestone heights in sales, popularity, and household notoriety.

"We believe this is the future of games".

Fortnite continues to be one of the most popular games in the world, and the growth shows no sign of slowing down.