Notification Center

This is our new notification center. Inside, you will find updates on the most important things happening right now.

Notifications

Hmm, push notifications seem to be disabled in your browser. You can enable them from the 'Settings' icon in the URL bar of your browser.

www.phonearena.com

Fortnite is now available for everyone on iOS, no invite needed

15
Fortnite is now available for everyone on iOS, no invite needed
Developer Epic Games has just announced Fortnite for mobile is now open everywhere on iOS. The game doesn't require an invite so that you can play, so no matter where you're located, you can now download Fortnite for free via App Store.

Up until now, iOS users would only be allowed to download and play Fortnite if they were lucky enough to receive an invitation from Epic Games. The studio has been slowly rolling out invites for Fortnite since it was released in the App Store, but the number of players that could get into the game was pretty limited.

Well, that's not the case any longer since you can now start playing Fortnite right now, as long as you own a compatible iOS device. Speaking of compatibility, the game supports all iOS devices powered by iOS 11, including iPhone 6S, iPhone SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 and iPad 2017. Fortnite will not work on the following devices: iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3, and iPod Touch.



Keep in mind that in order to play Fortnite, you'll need an internet connection at all times. If you've played the PC or console version, you'll be pleased to know that the mobile game is pretty much the same, not a lightweight port.

Also, the game supports cross-platform functionality between PlayStation 4 and iOS, but this option can be disabled. According to Epic Games, an Android version of the game will be launched in the next few months.

source: Epic Games (Twitter), App Store

New reasons to get excited every week

Get the most important news, reviews and deals in mobile tech delivered straight to your inbox

FCC OKs Cingular\'s purchase of AT&T Wireless