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Fortnite has already earned $15 million on iOS

Fortnite has been on iOS for less than a month

Fortnite has already earned $15 million on iOS

Fortnite has already earned $15 million on iOS

Fortnite has already proven to be a good earner for Epic Games, acting as a way to market their engine as well as acting as a profitable venture in its own right, especially the game's Free-to-play Battle Royale mode. 

Epic Games has showcased the sheer malleability of their Unreal Engine 4 Engine by creating a mobile version of Fortnite: Battle Royale, not only creating a visually appealing mobile port but a version of the game which can run alongside the title's PC and multiplayer versions with cross-platform play. Regardless of how you look at this, Epic Games has accomplished an impressive feat here. 
 
So far Fortnite is only available on iOS devices and has reportedly earned over $15 million since the game's release on the platform, which is a tremendous amount of money for a free-to-play game that was released less than a month ago. 

Right now, Fortnite: Battle Royale is the number one game on the Apple app store in over 20 regions worldwide, with the game earning an expected $6 in the US alone during the past week. 

Fortnite has already earned $15 million on iOS

 

Fortnite has quickly become one of mobile gaming's most successful launches, though the game is expected to find a much larger playerbase when it releases on Android later this year. 

Fortnite currently supports s cross-platform play on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4, MacOS and iOS, though PS4 and Xbox One players are artificially blocked from playing with/against one another. Save games, progress and rewards are shared between all platforms, allowing players to play on their mobile phones and later play the game on their consoles or PC. 

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06-04-2018, 16:26:52

NeverBackDown
PUBG is better
*Prepares for in coming hate*Quote

06-04-2018, 17:44:03

MacLeod
I don't get it. There are tons of games out there I don't like but this is the first one that I simply do lot understand why people would continue to pay for this.Quote

06-04-2018, 20:28:51

ThunderPrat
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Originally Posted by MacLeod View Post
I don't get it. There are tons of games out there I don't like but this is the first one that I simply do lot understand why people would continue to pay for this.
Especially considering the game is freeQuote

06-04-2018, 23:07:48

MacLeod
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Originally Posted by ThunderPrat View Post
Especially considering the game is free
It's one of those where you have to buy a bunch of stuff, weapons and such. So it's not really getting better at the game and being rewarded, it's about buying the right weapons and stuffQuote

07-04-2018, 11:58:11

grassman
"earning an expected $6 in the US alone during the past week. "

Wow $6

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