Fortnite has continued its worldwide dominance by simply taking over PC consoles, and mobile. While Android users have needed to look over at iOS users’ displays in jealously, Epic Games has now provided an upgrade that the Android version of their hit mobile title appears to be in the horizon.
Developer Epic Games upgrades for Fortnite concerning mobile at a new blog post, along with the studio detailed that the game’s Android release is now being targeted for a summer release window, with more specific launch date coming closer to launch.
Besides the new details regarding an Android launch for the game, Epic also described a number of the proposed upgrades coming to the game’s cellular iteration across both iOS (which can be found now) and Android farther down the line.
A few of those updates incorporate the recent execution of a customizable HUD, and it’s now available on the iOS variant and allows users to completely remap and watch the game’s display elements where they like onscreen.
Additionally, Epic additionally detailed that built-in Voice Chat is just another feature that the studio is currently working to implement on mobile, which can be aimed to operate in a cross-platform capacity between the game’s mobile, console, and PC iterations. Epic said that the Voice Chat feature will also incorporate the capability to mute one or all players, or to return to an open microphone among everyone.
In addition to such attributes, Epic is also ongoing to tweak the game’s functionality and controls on mobile, and are also looking into ways of diminishing the mobile game’s large installation file dimensions, and how big the game’s patches and upgrades, such as an choice to download new material in the background. Stat tracking is also a characteristic that Epic Games is planning to implement this summer along with the Android launch.