Epic, however, insists mobile players will get the exact same experience in "Battle Royale" as they would on those other platforms.
This provided a quick glimpse at some in-game footage, captured on iPhone X. As Epic Games has claimed that Cross-Play will be available between PC and Mobile, things may get out of control for all the mobile users. Judging by the comment above from Microsoft and the tweet from the Fortnite Twitter page, it surely sounds like Sony is the only one preventing cross play to occur between PS4 and Xbox One players.
Epic Games explains that: 'We will send you an email invitation with a link to download the game from the App Store, as soon as you can play. That means Xbox players will get to play with folks on PC, Mac, iOS and Android, as well as retain their progress across those places. Regardless of your platform of choice, here's who you can - and can't - play Fortnite with. Android support is on the way in the next few months. If you are interested in checking out Fortnite on your iOS hardware, then you apply for the signups on the official Epic Games website. Once you're signed up (or signed in), you will receive a confirmation email in your inbox.
Epic games is adding cross play support for its genre crossing battle royale, survival game.
Thinking precisely in the latter, Epic Games wants to eliminate all possible barriers and offer the best facilities to the users to enjoy their title.
This was also subject to a comment by Phil Spencer, the Xbox boss, who responded to a fan willing to play with his friends no matter the platform saying "Me 2".
Fortnite memes have shown us the obsessive players and the angry non-gaming significant others because their relationship is being ruined.