Battle Royale is a popular game. Although Fortnite has been on Android for over a year, playing it hasn’t always been the best factor to do, despite the fact that the sport is currently in its second chapter. You won’t be able to download the sport from the Google Play Store (presumably because Epic didn’t want to give Google a cut of in-app purchases), so you’ll have to use the Epic Games App to sideload it (additionally unavailable on the Play Store).
But don’t be alarmed. It’s not that difficult, due to our quick guide that will show you how to set up Fortnite on Android.
Before you begin, you should be aware that Fortnite is a somewhat demanding smartphone game. The following technical requirements must be met by your cellphone:
- 64-bit Android on ARM64 processor,
- Android 8.0 or larger,
- 4GB RAM,
- GPU: Adreno 530 or larger, Mali-G71 MP20, Mali-G72 MP12 or larger.
If your phone matches these requirements, follow the instructions below:
To get it on the Epic Games App, first go to fortnite.com/android on your Android phone, then tap “Get it on the Epic Games App.”
This will download the Epic Games app, which will allow you to download Fortnite.
It’s also possible that you’ll be asked to grant Chrome permission to download programs from unknown sources. If your phone prompts you, tap Settings, then “Allow from Source” to allow Chrome to download files from unknown sources.
After you’ve downloaded the Epic Games app APK, install it and launch it. The first thing that comes to mind is a massive image of Fortnite. Simply tap it, then tap Install, and you’re done!