In order to make Fortnite Battle Royale's Blitz Mode move even faster, Epic Games has also adjusted the availability of loot to make it spawn at much higher rates so as to allow players to jump into combat much more quickly. All of this, of course, has to be understood in the context of that initial point, which is impossible to ignore: you're playing Fortnite on a phone. Props to fortnite though because the optimization is great and it runs flawlessly on mobile devices with practically no drops.
Loot Resources increased from 30 to 100.
The Fortnite Mobile version is set to add more numbers to the game's already huge player base.
Last week Epic Games announced its smash hit game Fortnite Battle Royale was going mobile.
Recently the ability to send invites to friends has been extended to those now playing the mobile version of the game so the expansion seems to be moving apace.More news: Kevin Pietersen seemingly announces retirement from cricket
According to our estimates, Fortnite has already grossed more than $1.5 million worldwide on iOS, with $1 million of that earned during the first 72 hours after IAPs went live. It's handy not to have to try and find a precise "shoot" button every time you need to fire your weapon, but it means iOS Fortnite players do not have the option of firing shots while simultaneously moving their aiming reticle.
Considering Fortnite features cross-play with PC, Mac, iOS, and PS4 players, having controller support in the mobile version would certainly help to balance the playing field.
Epic has made sure that multi-platform teams will only be pitted against other multi-platform teams to keep things more fair.
It's harder to be speedy on Fortnite Mobile but it's still the full Fortnite Battle Royale experience and if you're matched up with other mobile players you can at least be sound in the knowledge that they're still learning the new control system like you. This can take some getting used to. Not only playing the game, but watching it as well has become an addiction.