Leaked by XDA Developers, Fortnite’s system requirements will limit to flagship devices initially.
For mobile gamers, Epic Games’ Fortnite has been drawing all the attention since the last couple of days. Until now, rumours have suggested that the PUBG-rivalling battle royale game will launch on Android alongside the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and could be exclusive to it for the first couple of days. Whether this information is true remains to be seen until Samsung’s Note 9 launch, a leaked page from Epic Games’ website now suggests which Android devices could support Fortnite after it breaks its Note 9 exclusivity.
Fortnite’s system requirements page has been obtained by XDA Developers, detailing all the specifications that a smartphone would need to possess in order to support the game. A leaked APK file also suggests the exclusivity of Fortnite to Samsung’s Note 9, after which only a selected number of devices will be able to run it.
The minimum requirements for Fortnite on Android are listed as below:
Moving over, the configuration list clearly mentions that devices with hardware from the following manufacturers won’t be supporting Fortnite for now.
That leaves us with the hardware that will support Forntnite initially after its global launch on Android, all of which is listed below:
Are you disappointed with the list? It seems that mostly the flagship devices will be able to host Fortnite, leaving aside even the latest midrange platforms from Qualcomm and Huawei. Fret not as this is still leaked information from early stages and there could be a possibility that Epic Games will optimise it for more devices in the future.
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