"Fortnite" has been one of the most popular games in the last few months and its Battle Royale mode is setting some record-breaking numbers. Ever since this mode was released, Epic Games, the game developer, has seen a huge increase in the playerbase. Recently, the game reached 20 million players, yet it keeps growing on a daily basis and getting even more popular.

Beside fun gameplay and interesting mechanics, one of the biggest reasons why so many people play "Fortnite" Battle Royale is the constant development of the video game. Epic Games is working hard to deliver the best experience to "Fortnite" players, releasing new updates every few days.

However, many players would like to have a mobile Companion App, and we recently got the first concept of it.

'Fortnite' mobile app

When "Fortnite" Battle Royale mode was first released, it didn't have any stats and players couldn't track their progress. The game developer added the stats later on, allowing players to see how well they've performed. While these stats are still very simple, there is no doubt that Epic Games will add more details soon.

Dan Phillips of PvP Live recently created a very interesting concept of a "Fortnite" Battle Royale mobile companion app.

This mobile app would show some basic information about players, such as their level, XP progress, and different data for each game mode.

For example, you would be able to see how many wins you've earned in a solo queue, and the app would also show you your win percentage and how much time you spent playing that mode.

In addition, the "Fortnite" Battle Royale mobile app would show players their K/D ratio and how many kills they had per match as well as per minute.

Players would also have the access to weapon stats, showing them the weapons they used most, accuracy, and how many kills they got. Lastly, the mobile app would have the access to player's friend list and global leaderboards.

When could players get it?

It is important to note that this is just a concept of the mobile app and it wasn't done by Epic Games.

However, considering how popular "Fortnite" Battle Royale is, it won't be surprising if the game developer decides to release a companion app for it.

Even if Epic Games decides to release it, players most likely won't get it soon. Before releasing a mobile app, they would have to add these stats to the game and transfer them to the app. There is no doubt this would be a fantastic addition, so we might see it happen.