Want to get that Victory Royale in Fortnite Mobile? Check out these tips on how to play and build better when on the Mobile Platform!
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Playing Fortnite on Mobile is Different
Like in any platform, playing Fortnite on iOS and Android has a few differences compared to other platforms.
More Combat Oriented
Because of the presence of Aim Assist and Auto-Shoot, gameplay in Fortnite Mobile is more combat focused. Building is still present, but it's not as prominent as with other platforms.Check Out Tips to Improve Your Aim
Different Shooting Options
In Fortnite Mobile, there is an option to automatically fire weapons as soon as the crosshairs connect to an enemy. This makes landing shots relatively easier.
Presence of Aim Assist
Aiming in Fortnite Mobile is more forgiving thanks to the Aim Assist. Although other platforms have Aim Assists as well, gameplay is not as reliant as in Mobile.
Open to Play with Other Platforms
There's no stopping Mobile players from teaming up with other players from other platforms! This is the only way for Mobile players to play across platforms.Check Out the Cross-Platform Guide Here
Audio Visualization is Always Active
Audio Visualization allows players to see different sounds in the game like footsteps and gun fire. In Fortnite Mobile, this is always present!
Survival Tips for iOS / Android Players
Keep yourself alive and survive to the end with these tips!Check Out the Survival Guide Here
Take Note of Your Audio Cues
Don't just ignore the Audio Visualizations on your screen! This can alert you to nearby enemies or even chests.Check Out How to Spot Enemies Here
Throw Out Unwanted Items
With Auto Item Pick-Up on, you may find your inventory full of items you don't really want. Clear out your inventory as much as you can to make room for needed items.Check Out Weapon Management Here
Combat Tips for iOS / Android Players
Fight your way to the top. Learn to utilize your Auto-Shoot and choose the right weapons!Check Out Techniques to Play Like a Pro
Utilize the Auto-Shoot Option
Keep your aim steady by moving your finger on the screen along with the movement of your enemy. This works best with high fire-rate weapons.
Not All Weapons Have Auto-Shoot
Take note of weapons that do not have Auto-Shoot, like Sniper Rifles, Rocket Launchers, Grenade Launchers, and Scoped Rifles. You need to manually fire them with the trigger button!
Keep your Finger on the Trigger
Once the Auto-Shoot Option kicks in, keep your finger on the trigger to continue firing even when the enemy breaks out of sight! This will stop the weapon from winding up again between shots.
Aim Higher for Headshots
When using Sniper Rifles or Scoped Assault Rifles, aim your crosshair a bit higher than the enemy's head to get headshots. Try to move between shots to make yourself unpredictable.
Building Tips for iOS / Android Players
Utilize Buildings the best that you can in Fortnite Mobile with these tips.
Break Enemy Fire with Building
Break enemy Auto-Shoot by getting out of their line of sight with structures. Create a wall or stairs directly in front of your enemy to get a few seconds away from enemy fire.Check Out Building Basics Here
Make Building Easier with an Accessible HUD
You can add additional buttons as shortcuts for crafts and weapons in both build and combat modes! This will help you to create buildings on the go and switch to combat when needed with just a button!
Play Fortnite on the Go!
Charge your phones and get ready to get that Victory Royale because Fortnite has finally been released for both iOS and Android devices!
Available on iOS
Fortnite was released for iOS devices March 2018 for most Apple Devices. It requires the iOS 11 and can play at least on the iPhone 6S/SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad 2017 devices.
Available on Android
The Android Release went live August 2018. It is currently compatible for a number of Android Devices that you can check out on the link below!Check Out Compatible Android Devices Here