Fortnite which is from Epic Games now can’t be downloaded from Play Store or App Store anymore. But that doesn’t mean you can’t play Fortnite on the mobile anymore. Here’s how to get Fortnite on Android & iPhone.
For those who don’t know, Apple and Google removed Fortnite from Play Store and App Store because Epic Games violated the in-app payment rule.
However, Epic Games still allows users to download and install Fortnite easily without hassle, although that’s only for Android. For iPhone users, the methods to get Fortnite back are more difficult, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible.
How to get Fortnite on Android
Epic Games now provides an official app that allows you to download and install their games on Android. It’s easy. Just download the app from this link below:
Download, and install the app until it’s done. Open it. Tap Fortnite. Tap Install.
You may get a warning showing you have to download using a Wi-Fi connection, if you use mobile data. Tap Download.
Fortnite will then be downloading. It may take minutes to hours depending on your internet speed. Android most likely will show a warning to enable installation from unknown source. Tap Settings.
Set toggle on at Allow from this source. Tap Install to continue Fortnite installation.
Fortnite will then be installing. Once it’s done, tap Open. You’re now opening Fortnite on Android.
If your Android smartphone isn’t supported, you might see this message: Device not officially supported. You can either continue and force your smartphone to work really hard playing the game’s graphic or just quit.
If you either continue or have no problem opening Fortnite, Fortnite will usually update. The update might be huge, so prepare for more empty storage space and internet data.
Fortnite can be installed on Android and iPhone. But for iPhone, there’s no way to install a game outside of the App Store, so you are stuck with the Purchased list.