'Fortnite' Video Game Brings The #Boogiedown To Users

'Fortnite' Video Game Brings The #Boogiedown To Users

'Fortnite' Video Game Brings The #Boogiedown To Users

Finding weapons in Fortnite: Battle Royale isn't exactly hard, but now with the vending machines in play, players will now be able to implement different strategies when playing the game.

Three weeks ago, Epic Games officially announced that Fortnite Battle Royale would be coming to mobile. Just note that you'll need iOS 11, and at least an iPhone 6S to get in on the action.

Building materials are incredibly important in "Fortnite Battle Royale", and that is why many players won't use vending machines. Details of supported devices can be found here on the Fortnite website. Optimising games for Android devices tends to be a bit more hard than Apple devices, on account that the hardware used in Android phones could either be more powerful or ill-equipped to handle such titles. Developer Epic Games has confirmed the release via Twitter.

If you own an iPhone 5S, 6, 6 Plus; iPad Air, Mini 2, Mini 3, or iPod Touch, you're sadly out of luck.

The iOS version is the same as the console and PC versions, and it includes cross-play across all platforms. Any device older than that will have trouble running the fairly demanding game, even though it's already a significantly downgraded version.

The good news is there is cross play, so iPhone gamers can play with and against PS4 and Xbox players, too.

Although for now the Vending Machine is listed as coming soon, it is not clear how everything will work.

Fortnite continues to be one of the most popular games in the world, and the growth shows no sign of slowing down. Players can purchase cosmetics to look spectacular while they play - the main moneymaker for this free game.

A serious games researcher believes Fortnite possesses "positive characteristics of play" and is not addictive.

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