Epic Games and Samsung have launched the Fortnite Battle Royale Android beta on August 9, plus an exclusive Galaxy skin for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Tab S4 users. Sign-Ups have gone live.
The announcement was made at the Samsung Unpacked event in New York, where fans of the popular battle royale game were expecting Fortnite related Android news.
Leaks had previously suggested that the new Samsung Galaxy Not 9 would have exclusivity for Fortnite for the first 30 days, but a beta for a range of models has gone live.
In addition, the leaked 'Galaxy' skin is also confirmed as an exclusive for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Tab S4 owners who download the game.
Unfortunately it is not instant access, and you will need to sign up with your email to be added to the waiting list.
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A number of well-known influencers are at the Samsung Unpacked event, including YouTuber Casey Neistat and French streamer Gotaga. It was rumored Ninja would be in attendance to promote the Android launch.
Epic have also released a new trailer for the Android version, which includes instructions to visit fortnite.com/android to find out more.
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