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25 Aug 2020

*UPDATED* Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4: Can I Play Fortnite On Mobile? Rumours, News, Cross-Save and More!

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Epic Games FAQ

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Can I Play Next Season?

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Cross-Play and Save

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Unreal Engine and Fortnite

The current season of Fortnite is slowly winding down, with less than a week to go.

Now, players are looking ahead but for some players there is still a lot questions about the future of Fortnite Mobile.

With the recent lawsuit between Epic Games and Apple/Google, there are some questions we know the answers too!

Epic Games FAQ

With the on-going #FreeFortnite which was constructed by Epic themselves.

They took to a blog post to inform players on what this means for why they cannot download the game on the App Store anymore.

"Apple is blocking your ability to get the latest Fortnite updates! All players should have a choice in payment providers and save up to 20%."

Battle Pass 2

OH NO -Could this be the end of Fortnite mobile?

Can I Play Next Season?

The short answer is no, as of now players will not be able to play the new season on mobile.

"Once Chapter 2 - Season 4 begins, players accessing Fortnite will still be able to play the 13.40 version of Fortnite, but will not be able to access any new content or the new Battle Pass."

So, unless the lawsuit gets sorted within the coming weeks; mobile players are out of luck unfortunately.

Cross-Play and Save

If you are a mobile player, there are a few ways you can play Season 4 at release, rather than waiting for hte game to hit the App Store.

Your Epic Games account is saved across all platforms, so if you own a PC, Mac, Xbox PlayStation or Switch, you can play on these platforms.

Your account will be saved, so you can jump right into Fortnite and pick up where you left off.

Unreal Engine and Fortnite

It's now clear how Epic's Unreal Engine will be affected by Apple's lawsuit!

Apple have decided to target "Fortnite" itself, rather than the Engine Fortnite uses.

The judge will protect Epic's ownership of the Unreal Engine, while the dispute still continues over Fortnite.