PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, iOS, and maybe even Android devices. You can play the game with friends no matter what platform you play it on.
The Fortnite Team says "We believe this is the future of games". Epic Games promises console quality graphics and action meaning you'll get the same experience no matter the platform.
With the news you can play Fortnite on a tablet and a phone, it only makes sense for a Switch version to come down the road.
There is cross-progression between PC and PS4 accounts if you link them via Epic Games' site, but be warned you will lose progress when you first do so. More invites will be sent out over the coming months, so if you don't get in right away, you'll have more opportunities later. Users who receive invites will also get friend invite codes to share.
Fortnite is coming to iOS 11 and to the iPhone 6s or iPhone SE and newer and the iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 and iPad 2017 devices. As it now stands the battle royale section of the game is free-to-play, and it most definitely includes a ton of loot boxes.
Do you have high hopes for mobile Battle Royale? That is of course if the device in question is anything but an Xbox One, Xbox One S, or Xbox One X. This is limited to PS4, PC, iOS, and eventually Android.
What has made Fortnite Battle Royale so popular?
If you're expecting things to be pared down from the desktop and console varieties of the title, you'd be amiss. Further, Epic Games dropped no hint if they are planning to bring Fortnite Save the World to mobile.
Two new environments were announced for 2018, with smaller 4x4km island design meant to deliver "a much more intense and fast-paced" experience, to go live on a new Experimental Test Server in April.