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After initially becoming available becoming available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC last year, Fortnite publisher Epic Games decided it was time to branch out the game to other devices.
Formerly available only on “high-end” Samsung devices, Fortnite added an updated list of other compatible phones on its website.
Whether or not Fortnite will be available for more Android phones in the future is currently a mystery. However, the game is also available for the iOS as well as the Switch system.
There are no words on Epic Games releasing the game on Google Play since one factor could be having to pay 30% to Google to make their game available there. If you want to play the Beta on your Android device, you’ll need to sign up for an invitation.
Just like the Beta, the full-release version of the game will also only be available for download on their website if you want to play on your mobile device.
On a positive note however, just because your phone may not be on the current list of compatible devices, you can still try to download the game.
If you have at least a 64-bit Android system that is 5.0 or higher, at least 3GB of RAM or more, and an Adreno 530 or higher GPU, or a Mali-G71 MP20 or Mali-G72 MP12 or higher, you may still try to download the game as long as you get your invite.