Fortnite Android modders beware: Epic can ban phones forever

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Fortnite Android modders beware: Epic can ban phones forever

Epic Games’ decision to make Fortnite temporarily exclusive to the Galaxy Note 9 isn’t exactly news nor unpopular. Its decision to shun Google Play Store, however, is ruffling not a few feathers and worrying some about potential security problems. Epic, however, doesn’t concerned at all. In fact, it may have preferred this setup exactly because it would allow them to … Continue reading

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Samsung Galaxy Owners can download the Android Fortnite beta right now

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Samsung users get to be the first to access the Fortnite beta on Android — a beta which begins right now. Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney revealed the exclusivity deal at Samsung’s Unpacked event, where the company also revealed its new Galaxy Note 9. He also announced that Note 9 and Tab S4 users would have exclusive access to a skin called “Galaxy.” The announcement contradicts an earlier rumor that the beta would be exclusive to the Note 9

Fortnite for Android launches as a Samsung Galaxy exclusive today

Fortnite for Android launches as a Samsung Galaxy exclusive today

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It’s true, Fortnite is coming to Android this summer. We’ve known that for sure since May. There is, however, one key caveat (aside from that whole no Google Play bit): The obscenely popular sandbox survival game will launch on Google’s mobile OS as a Samsung exclusive. The Epic title will be available for Galaxy users

Fortnite Beta For Android Available On Select Galaxy Devices

Fortnite Beta For Android Available On Select Galaxy Devices

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During Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 announcement, the availability of Fortnite beta was announced for mobile phones, well, that game is currently exclusive to some of Samsung’s gadgets, but in its press release, Epic Games announced that Fornite Android Beta will ‘being opening for other devices over the next few days’. These are devices that are

Fortnite for Android is launching today exclusively on recent Samsung Galaxy devices

Fortnite for Android is launching today exclusively on recent Samsung Galaxy devices

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One of the worst-kept secrets in gaming has turned out to be true: the Android version of Fortnite will be available exclusively on Samsung devices at launch. But it’s not just the new Note 9 and Tab S4 getting Fortnite; owners of a range of recent Samsung devices — the S9 / S9 Plus, Note 8, Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, and Tab S3 — can all start playing the beta today. You’ll be able to install Fortnite from either Samsung’s Game Launcher app or Epic’s new installer, both available here.

Fortnite Beta on Android exclusive to Samsung Galaxy owners

Fortnite Beta on Android exclusive to Samsung Galaxy owners

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Now that the Galaxy Note 9 cat is out of the bag, it’s time to let that other kitty out as well. Samsung’s Unpacked event is indeed kicking off Fortnite’s arrival on Android but it isn’t exactly as we expected it to be. Yes, it’s going to be exclusive to Samsung’s faithful Galaxy fans but not only for the Galaxy … Continue reading

Analysts: Epic Games Will Take $50M Out Of Google’s Pocket With Fortnite

Analysts: Epic Games Will Take $50M Out Of Google’s Pocket With Fortnite

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Fortnite Battle Royale launched on Android this week as a beta, starting on Samsung smartphones and then it will be available everywhere else in the coming weeks. But it’s not coming to the Google Play Store, and this is because Epic Games believes that Google is “greedy” with the revenue sharing amount that all Google