The other battle royale-style game, Fortnite: Battle Royale, is coming to iOS and Android, Epic announced this week. The free-to-play title has grown in popularity over the last several months and will likely be even more popular once mobile players join the fight.
Whatâ€™s surprising is mobile users will get the exact same experience players have enjoyed on console and PC. â€œSame gameplay, same map, same content, same weekly updates,â€ Epic said in an announcement.
Once the game hits mobile, Epic said there will be cross-platform support, which means mobile users can squad up with their friends playing on a PlayStation 4.
â€œWe believe this is the future of games,â€ Epic said. â€œThe same game on all platforms. Console quality graphics and action. Play when you want, where you want.â€
Players can sign up to join an invite list starting Monday, March 12, with a wider rollout to commence over the coming weeks. Epic said Fortnite: Battle Royale will support the iPhone 6S and up, an iPad mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad 2, and iPad models released in 2017; you also need to be running iOS 11.
Unfortunately, Android owners will have to wait a little longer. â€œSupport for Android will be coming in the next few months,â€ Epic said.
With mobile support rolling out, now all we need is the game to come to the Nintendo Switch.