Android Users Can Now Request Invites To Sideload Fortnite

Last Thursday, Samsung and Epic Games announced that in the beginning, the Android The version of the Fortnite Battle Royale app would be exclusive to the Galaxy Apps store. So much for this exclusivity. Anyone with an invitation can now install the game and you can request an invitation directly from the Epic website. We do not know when the invitations will come out, but we understand that it could be as fast as two days after the request. In the meantime, you will receive an email containing a pre-installation to load on your phone.

Since the game ignores the Google Play Store (Epic would like to avoid paying Google a 30% reduction in revenue for an ad), Android users will have to get rid of the APK. To do this, they must allow their phones to install applications from an unknown source, which could open them to malware. In order to prevent Android phones from becoming portals in hell, one minute after an Android user installs a Fortnite APK, he will receive a notification reminding him that once the installation of the game is complete, he will have to cancel authorization. applications to install from unknown sources.

Epic claims that 300 million of the 2.5 billion active Android phones, or 12%, will make Fortnite work well. Obviously, your high-end Android models are more likely to have no performance issues when playing the game.

If you’re dying to play Fortnite on your Android phone and you do not have a Samsung model, now click on the sourced link, ask for an invitation and get ready to prepare your phone days.

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