Fortnite Stories December 8, 2019

At its launch on Android last year, Fortnite could not be installed by simply going to the Play Store. It still can’t be; the battle royale game has to be downloaded directly from Epic Games and then sideloaded. Among other reasons, this is due to the developer not wanting to give Google its mandated 30% cut of lucrative in-app purchase revenue. Epic Games is now hoping for a special exception to that rule.

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Fortnite Stories October 24, 2019

Fortnite Installer replaced with Epic Games app ahead of store’s debut on Android

Fortnite is still one of the most popular games in the world, and this week it’s getting a slight change on Android. Announced on Twitter, the Epic Games app is replacing the Fortnite Installer on Android ahead of some much bigger news.

Fortnite Stories October 3, 2019

After Hours: Disney+ on Fire TV, Samsung’s new Fortnite skin, more

After our deluge of Pixel 4 leaks, things slowed down a bit today with another Pixel 4 software leak, renders of the OnePlus 8, and a report on a new speed test feature coming to the Nest Hub. Alongside that, however, we’ve got new details on a “Glow” skin for Fortnite on Samsung devices and more.

Fortnite Stories March 21, 2019

Fortnite for Android update brings back voice chat, fixes Galaxy S10 issues

Fortnite is still one of the most popular games in the world today, and in a recent update, the game is fixing some issues on Android. In its latest version, Fortnite for Android brings back voice chat and also fixes some problems related to the Galaxy S10.

Fortnite Stories January 29, 2019

Fortnite is still a phenomenon in the gaming world, and its mobile release just continues to get better. In its most recent update, Fortnite for Android has added support for Bluetooth controllers.

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Fortnite Stories December 19, 2018

Fortnite for Android adds Snapdragon 670, 710 support w/ new ’14 days of Fortnite’ LTM

Months and months later, Fortnite is still the game that is taking the world by storm. In its latest update, the Android version of Fortnite has added support for the Snapdragon 710 and Snapdragon 670 processors.

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