Fortnite Mobile now supports Android devices with the Snapdragon 670 and 710
Fortnite is currently the most popular game in the world. It has over 200 million players and is available on every major platform. The latest v7.10 update now adds support for more mid-range Android devices by adding support for the Snapdragon 670 and Snapdragon 710. Epic Games also added support for the Samsung Galaxy A9 running the Snapdragon 660.
The Snapdragon 710 powers many smartphones, including the recently launched Samsung A8s. The Galaxy A8s was the first device to launch with the Infinity-O camera hole. The Snapdragon 670 does not power as many phones but it does power the Vivo Z3, Vivo X23, and OPPO R17. Currently, Fortnite Mobile does not have support for 60fps but Epic Games did announce they are working with device OEMs to get support for it. Sadly for us Android users, Apple already has support for 60fps in Fortnite.
Just 2 weeks ago Epic Games launched Fortnite season 7. This season came with a new winter/holiday theme. The map was updated with new vehicles, zip lines, and locations. This week’s 7.10 update was supposed to come with a “Drift Board” snowboard vehicle but was delayed to focus on performance and quality of life changes. Starting tomorrow, Epic Games is starting the 14 Days of Fortnite. This includes the snowball themed grenade launcher and holiday lit bush.
Last weeks update also enabled Fortnite Creative. This is a mode where you get your own personal island and you have unlimited resources, ammo, and access to any item in the game. You can also fly! If you want to check all of these features out or install it on a newly supported device, you can download the Fortnite installer app from Epic Games. This will host all updates for the game that you will receive. Epic Games does generally do weekly updates with new items, weapons, vehicles, and skins.
Source: Epic Games