Fortnite Mobile is out now on iOS devices, such as iPhone 6S/SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 and iPad 2017.
It’s a pretty wide selection of phones and tablets that can be used to play the Battle Royale mode, which is already providing popular.
It was recently revealed that the mobile title managed to hit the top of the free iOS games charts, without even a full release.
That won’t be for sometime, with Epic Games currently providing Fortnite Mobile Codes to those who have officially signed up to the pilot program.
Those who have been invited through the first waves of emails also get a few additional codes to share with friends.
But Epic Games are warning players not to waste them.
As mentioned at the top of this article, only certain devices can currently run Fortnite on Mobile.
“Got a friend code to send? Make sure your friends have a device that can play Fortnite,” the Epic Games development team confirms.
“Fortnite on Mobile is currently ONLY compatible with: iPhone 6S/SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad 2017 devices or later.”
It should also be noted that Fortnite Mobile Codes for Android devices won’t be sent out for a few months.
The game will be sticking with the iOS program, until Epic Games says further.
While the process is straightforward enough, fans may have problems when it comes to actually downloading the app.
That’s because the Fortnite Mobile Battle Royale download weighs in at a hefty 2GB (it’s 1.98GB on the iPhone 7 Plus).
Many fans will need to free up some storage space to play the game, although it’s definitely worth it.
The Fortnite Battle Royale app works surprisingly well on iOS devices.
The hardest part is getting used to the touch controls, which assign movement to the left side and actions to the right.
Another big change from the PS4, Xbox One and PC is an indicator that provides you with the direction you’re being attacked from.
This also helps you find nearby chests and has been put in place to help for when people are playing with no sound.
Epic Games are asking for feedback from fans, with Fortnite Mobile still very much in the beta stage.
As mentioned by the development team, new features are being worked on for iOS and Android players.
This will include bluetooth controller support, as well as voice chat options.
There’s no current release date for either, and it seems unlikely that they will launch before Fortnite comes to Android.