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Rumors were swirling that Fortnite Battle Royale's Android debut would be tied in some ways to the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Today, at Samsung's Note 9 unveiling event, Epic CEO Tim Sweeney appeared on stage to announce that all of Samsung's recent Galaxy phones will be the first to get invited to the Fortnite Android beta, starting today.
Samsung Galaxy S7, S8, S9, Note 8, Note 9, Tab S3, and Tab S4 users will get a first run at Fortnite on Android, with other Android devices getting Fortnite invites later. What's more, if you order the Note 9 or Tab S4 from Samsung today, you'll get the exclusive Galaxy outfit.
Other devices getting the Android Fortnite beta after the Samsung family of devices include:
- Google Pixel/Pixel XL/Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL
- Asus ROG Phone/Zenfone 4 Pro/5Z/V Essential: PH-1
- Huawei Honor 10/Honor Play/Mate 10/Mate 10 Pro/Mate RS/Nova 3/ P20/P20 Pro/ V10
- LG G5/G6/G7 ThinQ/ V20/V30/V30+
- Nokia 8
- OnePlus 5/5T/6 Razer
- Xiaomi Blackshark/Mi 5/5S/5S Plus/6/6 Plus/Mi8/8 Explorer/8SE/Mi Mix/Mi Mix 2/Mi Mix 2S/Mi Note 2
- ZTE Axon 7/7s/Axon M/Nubia/Z17/Z17s/Nubia Z11
Fortnite Android will be skipping the Google Play Store entirely and will instead ask players to download Fortnite Battle Royale directly from Epic Games.
For more, check out our Fortnite mobile guide to see the latest updates on when and how to get Fortnite running on your Android device.
Fortnite Season 6 is here. We've got all the info, including the Fortnite Week 1 challenges, Streetlight Spotlight Locations, and Season 6 skins. We've also got the Fortnite week 2 challenges, and where to find the corrupted areas. And finally we have the Fortnite Week 3 challenges, including the locations of the Timed Trials, and the Fortnite Week 4 Challenges, including the Shooting Galleries locations.
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