Activision may contribute to the battle royale craze

Pat Wise
March 15, 2018

When cross-play was announced, it was announced for the Ps4, PC and mobile versions of the game.

"The game can be played in a private group with friends of a child only, or publicly where they play with whomever joins their group", says Majella, who established Game Machine in 2014. The Call of Duty publisher is indeed "keenly aware" of the popularity of Battle Royale, and might have something to say in the future. Likely candidates would undoubtedly include the company's upcoming 2018 title, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, which was announced last week with very few details beyond the announcement of Treyarch's return to the well-received Call of Duty subseries.

The registration will ask whether or not users already play the game and will be required to log in with their Epic Games account or create one.

Unsurprisingly, Fortnite mobile does not look as nice Fortnite on PC - assets and outlines look fuzzier and explosions look less detailed - but it does look like the same game, but in portable form, which is extremely impressive if Epic can pull it off.

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It goes without saying that not everyone who signs up will receive an e-mail invite for Fortnite on iOS. In a tweet Tuesday evening, Epic Games spoke to fans to reveal the unfortunate news.

The sign-up order is a given, as it shows how interested a person is on playing Fortnite on the iPhone or iPad.

"Fortnite" is set to make its way to Android and iOS devices soon. This was further proven when two people from the different consoles were able to connect with each other in an online match "accidentally" over the weekend.

Sony, however, has again blocked Microsoft's advances. Epic claim that no compromises have been made with Fortnite mobile: this is the same game to which we have lost many hours on PC.

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