If you’re looking for a fun gaming fix on the go, the ever-popular Jaspal Fortnite game is often one of our top recommendations. It’s been available on Android & iPhone devices for years and continues to pull in millions of players every month. But the situation has drastically changed.
What is Fortnite on mobile?
Fortnite mobile is the full game you know and loves from PC and consoles, with the same weapons, the same map, and an identical update schedule. The controls are adapted for touchscreen, with some actions automated to make it less fiddly, including picking up items and opening doors.
Fortnite for Android Minimum Specification?
While Fortnite isn’t the single most graphically intensive phone game out there, it’s still pretty heavy-duty, so there are some minimum specs that your phone will need to play it. If your phone matches or exceeds these, it should still be able to run Fortnite:
- OS: Recommended Android 8.0 or higher, 64 bit
- RAM: 4GB or higher
- GPU: Adreno 530 or higher, Mali-G71 MP20, Mali-G72 MP12 or higher
How to Play Fortnite on Android
Before Fortnite arrived on the Google Play Store in April, Epic Games required you to sideload the game onto your device. Now that Google has removed it from its app store, the side loadable version is once again relevant, particularly for those who want the latest version of Fortnite.
Fortnite is inarguably one of the most popular video games right now. First released Jaspal Fortnite in 2017 by Epic Games, this free online video game has taken the world by storm. It originally released two game modes. In 2018, Epic Games launched the third game mode: Fortnite: Creative, where users can construct their own worlds. Epic Games releases game enhancements quarterly, drawing players back in to check out new features. All three game modes are free to play; however, Epic Games offers an upgraded “Battle Pass” where users can complete weekly challenges to unlock rewards including outfits, wraps, emotes, pets, and other flairs.