Fortnite Mobile Sign-Ups Have Begun

by Edgar Hayes March 14, 2018, 0:10
Fortnite Mobile Sign-Ups Have Begun

The good news is that if you were interested in checking it out, you'll be pleased to learn that sign-ups for the game are now live.

Epic Games has opened up the signup program for the iOS version of Fortnite: Battle Royale.

The site where you register is now down for maintenance, but should be back online by 5pm United Kingdom time.

The game has no single-player mode, or at least, the FAQ states there's no plan to create such a mode yet.

"Thanks for your patience!" If you are curious to see how it looks on mobile, check out the reveal trailer below.

It enables players to buy cosmetic items for their Fortnite character and it is also how you can buy the Battle Pass, which is another way to unlock rewards. Cross-play will allow mobile players to join up with players on PlayStation, Mac, PC, iOS, and eventually Android.

For one thing, Fortnite Mobile players will not be forced to play on other platforms.

Luckily, there are no hoops for you to jump through to gain access to the mobile version of Fortnite, but you do need to hope that you're invited - there's sure to be limited spaces and a whole bunch of applicants. After you sign up at, you will be notified via email once you get in.

In order to access the form, you have to go to this website and fill in some personal information for the chance of being one of the first few to try it out.

Not every player will get to play immediately, with the potential wait lasting for several weeks or months.

Epic promised that Fortnite on mobile would be the full experience, and from what little we can glean, that appears to be the case.

Even though many people know that Pokemon GO is the most played mobile game with the most stable community, it appears that numerous gamers believe that Fortnite Battle Royale may do a significant turnaround in the mobile gaming. An official invite will be sent through email as soon as the mobile version is up and ready, with more invites soon to roll out when "the servers can handle more players".

Now there are three permanent game modes available in Fortnite: Battle Royale - solo, duo and squad. "Same gameplay, same map, same content, same weekly updates", screams the YouTube video description copy.

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