The Quadcrasher is coming to Fortnite Battle Royale

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

Fortnite for Android is now open to all, no invite necessary

Popular battle royale games which launched its Android version with the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has now become available for every Android user out there.

It took a while, but the Fortnite Android Beta is finally available to everyone, regardless of device. Any doubts? You can also check if the phone is compatible to play Fortnite or not on the Epic Games website.

The game isn't available on the Google Play Store however - anyone interested must still visit Fortnite.com/Android via their Android device to download the game!

First of all, you will need to go to your handset's Settings and allow downloading apps from unknown sources.

The catch is that Fortnite - partly because it's still in beta at the moment, and partly because it's a graphically demanding title - won't run on all Android devices.

Vadim Ioan Caraiman

Battle Royale will soon be adding another vehicle to its fleet of wheeled wonders, in the shape of the Quadcrasher, a zippy quad bike fitted with a big metal cowcatcher on the front.

"For Fortnite, we recommend Android 8.0 or later".

The game remains in beta testing, but it has gone from closed to open. If you haven't checked out Fortnite yet, here's a quick brief about the game.

Tim also implied that he would prefer it if he could distribute the iOS version of the Fortnite game without going through the App Store. The game can be downloaded from the official Epic Games website or Samsung's storefront.

That averages out to players spending about $1.5 million per day on that version of "Fortnite" alone. Android 8.0 and later substantially improves the stability and performance of Fortnite and other games. The game can be played on Android, Ios, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PC. But it is now of the past, since on his Twitter account, Epic Games has announced the abolition of the invitations. Players are divided into two teams of 32, and they need to capture the dance floors by dancing and defending them from enemies.

Michaelle Jean defeated in Francophonie re-election bid
The forum promised to participate and legendary French singer of Armenian origin Charles Aznavour. Jean, however, refused to back down amid diminishing chances of securing another term.

Latest News