How to download Fortnite on Android: Samsung first, all other users second



The long wait is finally over. Fortnite is officially on Android, though right now it’s limited to Samsung devices, and even then, you have to install it using Samsung’s Game Center, not the Google Play Store. Why? Epic Games won’t say exactly, but they’re also avoiding giving Google a 30% cut by making that choice. So if you don’t have a Samsung phone and still want Fortnite asap, you can still head to Fortnite.com/Android to sign up for the beta.

Unboxing the Samsung Note 9: Here’s everything you get – https://youtu.be/UwTTn23eJts

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Unpacked event live stream – https://youtu.be/bSbv8PCM0A0

Here’s every Android device compatible with Fortnite: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/heres-every-android-device-compatible-with-fortnite/

How to install Fortnite for Android: https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-install-fortnite-on-your-android-phone/

Fortnite is putting users at risk, to prove a point about Google’s Android monopoly: https://www.cnet.com/news/fortnite-is-putting-users-at-risk-to-prove-a-point-about-googles-android-monopoly/

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