A dispute between Google and Epic Games over the fees Google charges to distribute apps on its platform meant Epic Games chose to sell the game their own way.
We're now enrolled in Fortnite's Android beta, and we'll be sure to bring you our first impressions of the game once we receive the green light. Samsung owners can run it on the Galaxy S7, S8, S9, Note 8, Note 9, Tab S3, and Tab S4 devices.
In a recent Q&A, Epic said it believes gamers will "benefit from competition among software sources on Android".
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Searching for "Fortnite" on the Play Store will yield the result you see above.
Epic Games launched the game on Apple's store in mid-March, and has since then earned more than Dollars 180 million on iOS devices.
Users who download apps through the iOS App Store or the Google Play Store can trust the file to be legitimate because Google is promoting it on their official store.
"There is a chance that it will even surpass what we've witnessed thus far, based on factors such as the game's increasing popularity, the growing impact of each new season's Battle Pass on revenue (these release every 10 weeks), and the potential for players in countries where both Google Play and the iOS version are not available to directly download the APK and spend in the game", reads the report.
Research suggests scammers are tricking Fortnite players out of more than $1 million each year through fake, corrupted links.
This is a very rare move, and likely a response to confusion over the fact that the popular Android game can't be found on the store.