The Fortnite Android Beta is now available on compatible devices

Donna Miller
October 12, 2018

Now you can, no invitation needed.

We've recently learned that Fortnite for iOS raked in $300 million since its release in the App Store, so we can only imagine how much money Epic Games will make after the game will be launched on Android.

Before that, it was available for a brief period as a Samsung exclusive title, meaning anyone without a Samsung Galaxy device specifically had to wait until after August 12 to get into the beta.

To play Fortnite for Android, you'll need to visit from your Android phone.

Previously, if you wanted to play Fortnite on your Android you had to sign up by going to the Fortnite website on your phone.

Fortnite is now available on all compatible Android devices without an invite

LG: G5, G6, G7 ThinQ, V20, V30 / V30+.

More information on all of the compatible Android devices can be found right here. Epic Games also recommends a GPU that's either an Adreno 530 or higher, Mali-G71 MP20, or Mali-G72 MP12 or higher.

Now, the door is open for anyone to play by visiting and downloading the game.

It took a while, but the Fortnite Android Beta is finally available to everyone, regardless of device.

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