Epic's hit battle royal game, Fortnite, made its long-awaited debut on Android earlier this summer, but until now it has only been available to users who received an invitation to the beta. It has changed, and now all Android owners can download Fortnite beta even without an invitation, provided they have a compatible device. This way you can jump in.
Unlike most other games available on Android, Fortnite can not be downloaded through the Google Play store. Epic had previously announced that it bypasses Google's app store and offers the game to fans directly through its own website. If you want to download Fortnite on Android, all you need to do is go here on the phone and scan the QR code when prompted.
As previously mentioned, Fortnite will not be compatible with all Android devices. You must have a "advanced high end Android smartphone" to run the game. Fortunately, there is a fairly long list of supported devices outlined here and on the Epics FAQ page, and even if you do not have one of the listed phones, you can still run the game if your device meets the following recommended minimum. Specifications: [1
Fortnite is currently in the third week of season 6, giving a new set of weekly challenges to complete across all platforms. You can find tips for all the tasks available so far in our season round. By completing these, you earn Battle Stars, which again creates Battle Pass, and unlocks special cosmetic items and other benefits, such as the new pets. You can do everything in order in our season 6 reward gallery.