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The iOS version is the same as the console and PC versions, and it includes cross-play across all platforms. The only thing we don't know is when Android devices will be getting the game. In addition, Epic Games is slowly rolling out more invites, and only a small fraction of players is able to play the game. That all changes today, as Fortnite has officially gone live for everyone on the iOS App Store.
Considering that the game developer has allowed mobile players to send invites to their friends, this has helped with the growth of the mobile fan base of the game. This means that the game specifically runs on the iPhone SE, 6S, 7, 8 and X, and with the iPad Mini 4, Air 2, 2017 and Pro models. Battle royale title Player Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) arrived on iOS and Android devices for free on March 20 and dino-hunting title ARK: Survival Evolved is set to arrive on mobile devices sometime this Spring. The rest stand to win an assortment of prizes that range from in-game currency V-Bucks, some in-game cosmetics, to a real-life Boogie Bomb. That being said, Epic has made some great strides in improving Fortnite's iOS controls and visuals albeit at the trade-off of having you download the entire game all over again. "Could you add this to the loading screen for a couple of days to mess with them? Hillman says stop playing in class'".