Fortnite is a mobile version of a Battle Royale game that brings it onto your on-the-go device. Explore a huge world where no two games are the same. Build forts, find loot, and be the last man standing.
Epic Games had to scale down Fortnite in order to deliver a cross-platform game. There is only as much processing power that can fit in a phone, so trade-offs were necessary. The number of polygons was reduced, textures were simplified. Even though new players may still be impressed by the visuals, those who've played Fortnite on their computers will definitely see the difference.
Since sound capabilities are limited on smartphones, Epic Games added indicators in a form of visual cues that let you know when another player is around. This feature removes some of the tension of close-range encounters.
Fortnite is fun and keeps game sessions short. Exploring the map and finding resources is addictive, as is trying new strategies. You can hide on the outskirts of the world and avoid any conflict or run into action. And if you die, you can jump out to the lobby and into another game.
The highlight of the game is the ability to compete with players on PCs and consoles. However, this fun feature has flaws, since gamers on other platforms have a speed advantage. Besides, the game adds bots to ensure there are 100 players in each match. They can't shoot players but make for a useful aim practice.
Initially Confusing Controls
Fortnite works through a confusing array of touchscreen controls. Movement buttons work fine until you're in a battle and forget where they are, leaving yourself vulnerable for a second. There are also buttons for firing the gun, selecting an item, and jumping. Thankfully, autorun and autofire options simplify the controls. You also get a visual cue if there is a chest nearby. These features make up for confusing controls.
For fans of
- PUBG Mobile
- Call of Duty: Mobile
- Creative Destruction
To download the app, you will get links to the Official Website and/or official digital markets.