After so much waiting, Fortnite for Android is available, but not for all devices. If you’re one of the lucky ones who can use Fortnite, then you’re in luck. If you don’t know if you can use Fortnite for Android, then you’re in luck too, as we explain in detail everything you need to know about this mobile game.
Devices compatible with Android Fortnite
Before running to install Fortnite you will need to make sure that your device is compatible. The minimum requirements to run Fortnite on Android are:
- Android 64-bit Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher.
- 3GB RAM or higher
- GPU Andreno 530, Mali-G71 MP20, Mali-G72 MP12 or higher (Associates at Snapdragon 820 and Exynos 8895).
So far some of the devices that can run Fortnite for Android are:
- Asus: ROG Phone, Zenfone 4 Pro, Zenfone 5Z.
- Essential: Essential PH-1.
- Google: Pixel, Pixel 2 and Pixel 3.
- HTC: HTC 10, 11 and U12+.
- Huawei/Honor: Play, Honor 10, V10, Mate RS Porsche Design, Nova 3, P20, Mate 10 and Mate 20.
- Samsung: Galaxy A9, Galaxy Note 9 Galaxy Tab S3, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Tab S4, Galaxy S9, S8 and S7.
You can see the complete list by visiting the following link.
How to install Fortnite on Android
Fortnite is not available in the Google Play store, however, installing Fortnite on Android is very simple. Follow the steps below:
- Enter the official Fortnite for Android website from your mobile or scan the QR code by accessing the website from your PC.
- Press the download button and wait for the download to finish.
- Install the installation package (APK) making sure to disable the installation of applications from unknown sources.
Android Fortnite VS Fortnite on console or PC
Fortnite for Android is in beta phase, which has made it available for very few devices and there are fraps lows during games.
The version for console and PC is currently the most stable, so if you have to decide between console / PC or mobile, the best option is the first.