Multi-platform play has been the go to for many game franchises, and has worked out fine. Those types won't have to wonder for long, however, as Epic Games has opened a Fortnite mobile sign up page over on its official website that will allow iOS users to get an early run at the game. The game developer has said that Android support will be coming in the next few months.
Email invites will only be for the Battle Royale version of the game, with Epic Games revealing that it's not now possible to release Save the World on Mobile.
It's not clear if Fortnite has some kind of security flaw or if these are unrelated breaches, but players would be wise to take steps to protect themselves.
It features the same map, the same content updates, the same unlockables, gameplay and more.
"We will send you an email invitation with a link to download the game from the App Store, as soon as you can play", Epic continues.
Winners are also likely to receive extra codes for their friends. Regardless of your platform of choice, here's who you can - and can't - play Fortnite with.
"Console quality graphics and action will be brought to the devices", the statement read. Do you think Fortnite on iOS and Android is a silly move? With the increasingly popular Battle Royale mode, the game has received very positive reception and a large and continuously growing player base.
As a player of "Fortnite", one may choose to compete on one's own in solo mode, with a partner in duo mode or with a group of three or four in squad mode.
The reason for the staggered rollout is to make sure servers can handle the current number of players. Keep in mind cross-play, cross-progression, and cross-purchase doesn't carry over between PS4 and Xbox One until Microsoft and Sony come to terms with making it possible.