Fortnite has gradually become the game of the moment, and there are millions of people playing on different platforms. However, what is most calling attention is Fortnite Mobile, the mobile version of the game that, for the moment, is only available for iOS devices, but initially it would soon reach Android, although exclusively for the Galaxy Note9.
Fortnite Mobile will come to Android, but only to the Samsung Galaxy Note9 at the moment
This new Samsung device will be presented at the Samsung Unpacked 2018 on August 9 in New York, and reservations will be opened on August 14. Samsung will announce this device as a mobile for games, and will have a very good cooling to avoid overheating in excess, probably will have an Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm Snapdragón 845 depending on the region.
The new S Pen can also be used in Fortnite, although it is not known what use it will be given, but it is believed that it will be for aiming and/or firing. Samsung will also give us with the purchase of this device skins for the value of 100 or 150 dollars, but those who are not interested in supplements of Fortnite can get a wireless headphones AKG that have the same economic value.
The famous Twitch streamer Tyler Blevins, better known as Ninja, will be present at the Samsung Galaxy Note9 presentation event, to further encourage his purchase. 9to5Google and XDA Developers also tell us that Fortnite Mobile will have support with Samsung Dex.
In summary, if you want to play Fortnite Mobile you will have to go through the box or wait for the 30 days of exclusivity that you will have with Samsung.