When Fortnite was coming to the mobile platform Epic Games was very clear that it will not distribute it’s massively popular battle royale game via Google Playstore because of the 30 percent cost google imposes on the developers. If you don’t know about it, then let us tell you that whenever a user buys an in-game product, let’s say for 1$, then 30% it, which is 0.30 cents, in this case, goes to Google and the rest amount goes to the developer.
But finally, after 2 years of its initial release Fortnite has been released on Playstore and it looks like epic games have given up on the cold battle against Google Playstore. Starting from today, android users from all over the World will be able to download and play Fortnite via Google Play.
Note: You need a high-end device to run Fortnite smoothly.
Save the World is available only for Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, while Battle Royale and Creative released for all those platforms, and also for Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android devices.
Fornite is considered as the World’s most popular online battle royale games. It is developed by Epic Games and was released in 2017. Talking of gameplay, 100 players land on an island where players fight to be the last man standing. As of now, the game is available on PC, Consoles, Nintendo Switch, and Mobile (both android and iOS).