Fortnite on Mobile continues to pay dividends to a development team that has passed crossplay and account sharing.
And the revenue generated by the game on iOS shows how well received Fortnite Battle Royale is on handheld devices.
According to the latest news, Fortnite Mobile generated $ 2 million a day during the first 10 days of season 5.
Recent data indicate that mobile users have spent $ 150 million on their recent purchases, and this figure should only ladder.  This is because the Fortnite Android release date has been scheduled this summer, and may come soon for some mobile users.
A new report released this week suggests that the Android Gateway to the Hit-Battle Royale game will start first on a
Samsung is expected to uncover Galaxy Note 9 on August 9, followed by a full release later that month.
Fortnite will allegedly be available as a 30-day exclusive 30-day Exclusive, an An interesting way to try to increase sales.
The good news is that a small number of Fortnite fans can play the Android port soon.
But the bad news for everyone else is that Fortnite Android release can not arrive on other devices until the end of September.
According to 9to5Google, Samsung will also try to lure Fortnite fans by offering V-Buck rewards to pre-order customers.
The report claims that Note 9 Pre-Ordered Customers will receive free V-dollars worth between $ 1
Pre-order customers who are not interested in Fortnite will eventually receive a set of wireless headphones.
A launch like this will probably serve as the Epic Games beta for the Android version, although there is always the chance that something like iOS will be scheduled for full launch.
The report follows news about Android game files found in the latest version of Fortnite, which earlier released this m
The filename was labeled Android_Engine, Android_Game and Android_RuntimeOptions.
It is also interesting that these files are also labeled with a "release 5.0" tag.
So it would suit the idea that a Fortnite Android launch will happen in Season 5 of the game.
Epic Games have said that they are hoping to launch Fortnite on Android devices during the summer of 2018.
It gives them technical to September 23th, a date now
With this period in mind, it works It is quite likely that this will happen during Season 5 of Fortnite Battle Royale.
Season 5 will run in just over ten weeks, which will cover almost all summer.
There is a chance that Epic Games can wait for the official launch of Season 6 to incorporate Android players into Battle Royale.
But looking at it from a purely technical view, th It looks like a tough choice for Epic Games to make.
Aside from the fact that fans have waited a long time to start playing on their Android phones, it is also the fact that the end of the seasons can also see most server traffic.
As always, most of the information above is based on estimates and reports, so everyone should be taken with a pinch of salt.
Fans will keep an eye on any major announcements in the coming weeks, as something needs to be revealed soon.