Fortnite Battle Royale now available to all on iOS

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Fortnite is now available on iOS for everyone, no invite required

It is believed that "Fortnite" has been highly profitable for Epic since its iOS release. If you do want to jump on the Battle Bus hype, you'll need to grab a PS4, Xbox One, PC, or a fairly new iOS device if you're happy playing on mobile.

While open to all iOS users, Epic reminds that there are restrictions on what iPhones and iPads can play the game. The game has already surpassed PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds in revenue, raking in more than US$126 million (~RM487 million) back in February. "Epic's Battle Royale title showed no signs of losing steam".

Three weeks ago Epic Games launched its Fortnite iOS invite event, which would dole out invites to players are random intervals, in an effort to ease pressure on servers.

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He's got a point, lots of games are positive experiences, but by suggesting gaming addiction isn't a thing as it "could stigmatise regular consumers of video games", is rather odd. How the Vending Machines work may end up being a game changer as players who don't have Purple or Orange weapons might still be able to win matches with consistency as long as they collect materials and find a Vending Machine. However, members of the competitive community, such as Team SoloMid's Ali "Myth" Kabbani, were estatic for the weapon vending machine because of it bringing an economic element to the game. This means that the new Vending Machines section will soon be available for everyone as the updates section itself shows off the availability of this new features.

That's right: its outselling on a content revenue front the likes of ... well, any EA game, any Activision game, and pretty much any other game that flaunts excessive microtransactions in our faces.

Invites were served on the first come first basis, yet there were many who couldn't get one.

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