Fortnite Battle Royale Mobile Getting PS4 Cross Play And Progression

Fortnite Battle Royale Mobile Getting PS4 Cross Play And Progression

You'll be able to sign up at Fornite's website starting March 12, and you'll receive an invite "shortly thereafter" by email if you're accepted. This will first go out for the iOS app, with the Android version "coming in the next few months".

Cross play will also be available for those playing the game on PC, Mac, PS4, iOS and Android.

Per the device's system requirements, one should have iOS 11 on an iPad Mini 4, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro, iPad 2017, or iPhone 6S/SE, not to mention an internet connection. Players on PlayStation, PC and Xbox found themselves in the same matches over the course of a weekend, though the feature was later deactivated; Xbox and PlayStation tend not to let their player populations mix. Its success was immediate: Released under a free-to-play model, the Battle Royale variant of Fortnight reached ten million players just two weeks post-launch - and now Epic is looking to boost those numbers still further with a mobile port.

Requirements for Fortnite Battle Royale on iOS? With the current popularity of the battle royale genre, I have to wonder how many games of this nature we really need before people get sick of it.

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Fortnite: Save The World is a co-op survival game using all the same gear and guns as you'll find in Fortnite Battle Royale, and charges the player with building defenses before facing down an onslaught of AI controlled zombies. If you are one of the lucky ones to try it out early, you will be able to share the love with friend codes to give out. So, iOS users will be able to take on Android when the support arrives. Android support will be added "in the next few months" as well.

No Xbox One though, which seems to be a rather notable omission. This means players across devices can squad up with friends and play together. By bringing the popular title to mobile devices and tablets of course!

For the Teams of 20 mode, all teammates will be displayed in green on the map and it will also display how many team members are alive from each grouping.