The hit Battle Royale game Fortnite came to Android more than a year ago, yet playing it hasn't always been the least difficult, despite the fact that the game is presently on Chapter 2. You can't download the game from the Google Play Store (presumably in light of the fact that Epic would have preferred not to provide Google with a portion of its in-app purchases), so you must download the game utilizing the Epic Games app (which is additionally not accessible on the Play Store).
However, simply relax. It's not that confusing, because of our quick help that will tell you the best way to introduce Fortnite on Android.
Before we begin, the primary thing you need to know is that Fortnite is a really exhausting game for cell phones. Your telephone must comply with the accompanying specialized models:
- Android 64-cycle ARM64 processor.
- Android 8.0 or higher.
- 4 GB AR.
- GPU: Adreno 530 or higher, Mali-G71 MP20, Mali-G72 MP12 or higher.
In case your phone meets these standards, follow the means below:
To begin with, go to fortnite.com/android on your Android phone, at that point tap "Get it in the Epic Games app."
This will download the Epic Games app through which you can download Fortnite.
Note: You may be provoked to grant Chrome authorization to download applications from obscure sources. On the off chance that your telephone prompts you to do so, tap Settings and tap "Allow from source" to forever permit downloading from obscure sources from Chrome.
Once you've downloaded the Epic Games app APK, enter it and open the app. The first thing that pops up should be a huge Fortnite image. Tap on it and, at that point, tap on Install, and that's it!