With the news that Fortnite Battle Royale will not use the Google Play Store for Android devices, a full list of supported phones has been confirmed.
Fans of the popular battle royale with Android phones have been waiting patiently all summer for the game's release, having been launched on iOS devices early in the year.
Such is the popularity of Fortnite, that the console and PC player base cannot get enough of it when at home, and want to be able to play on the move too.
iOS Fortnite has been a massive success, raking in an estimated $25 million in revenue in only it's first month of availability, so it is no surprise that it is making its way to Android as soon as Epic Games can feasibly manage.
There is still no official word on the Android release date, although it is heavily speculated to launch on August 24 alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and will be exclusive to this phone for 30 days.
But, the source code of the official Fortnite sign-ups page, there is a list of supported devices, presumably after the 30 day exclusivity on Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Note, this list may not be final, and other devices could of course be added at a later date.
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