Fortnite for iOS is Live and Invites Are Being Sent Out Now

Fortnite for iOS is Live and Invites Are Being Sent Out Now

Fortnite for iOS is Live and Invites Are Being Sent Out Now

You'll need an invite-only code to activate the game on your device. The app comes in at a hefty 2GB and, as previously announced, is only supported on iOS 11.

To play Fortnite Mobile on tablet you will need at least an iPad Mini 4 or iPad Air 2 or better. Furthermore, the app does require a constant internet connection.

The same map, the same weapons, the same chaos as 100 players fight to survive - everything that made the game so popular will be part of the mobile experience too.

The mobile version of Fortnite: Battle Royale will be the same 100-player experience now available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC as well as "same gameplay, same map, same content, same weekly updates".

You can sign up on the official website and Epic is sending out invites steadily to those who have done so. Once there, simply click the "Sign up for Email Invite" option.

If you don't have that either, then we suppose you'll just have to remain patient. Once you have set up your account and provided an email, Fortnite will add you to the waiting list.

"Identified - Players are now blocked from accessing the Epic Games launcher and websites".

And it turns out that "soon" means now, as Fortnite is already the No. 1 iPhone game in the U.S.

You can download Fortnite onto your iOS device from the App store. Epic Games said it's still slowly building the teams at this time, with more information expected to come out closer to the event this Summer.

As you know, Fortnite Mobile is only available for the iOS platform and not for the Android platform as of now.

"We're sending out invites as our services scale up to handle more players with the goal of maintaining a healthy player population", Epic continues.

"Players who receive invites from Epic will also get friend invite codes to share with others".

Top o' the mornin' to ya, Battle Royale players!

It's been a big week for Fortnite, the hugely popular free-to-play shooter game.

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