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Fortnite fo Android is no longer limited to Samsung devices but you still need to wait

Posted On: Aug 11, 2018   |   Posted By: GSMArena

Fortnite fo Android is no longer limited to Samsung devices but you still need to wait

When Samsung launched the Galaxy Note9 a few days ago, it announced a partnership with Epic Games.
As part of the deal, Fortnite was exclusive to Samsung devices for the first few days before going public. Well, that period has ended and you can now download the official installer and run it on your non-Samsung smartphone.
But don't get too excited. As the game is still in beta testing, there are limited slots available and unless you have an invite, you can't download it. If you install the app and try to run it, you will be shown a message inviting you to get on the waiting...

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