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"Fortnite" has been quite popular and to make the game even better and more popular, Epic games has already sent out the first mobile version invites to selected iOS users to try the game and it has further given users some leverage to invite their friends to try the games. Now that sounds really cool, right? So if you know anyone who actually has got the game, then you know how to get the game. According to Forbes, "Fortnite Battle Royale" is currently sitting at number one on the iOS charts with PUBG Mobile right behind it, and on Google Play, PUBG sits behind only Google Assistant."

Invites are available

Epic has emailed Fortnite mobile players that friend invites are now available. The email says that users can actually give their friends instant access to the Fortnite Invite Event on iOS.

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Fortnite mobile is only in beta at present, but Epic has promised its customers to deliver the full Battle Royale experience as soon as possible. This means that one can get all the features when the full experience comes into play. However, the "Fortnite" mobile does feature some minor changes, for example, a new indicator has been introduced to point out things in case you're playing without sound.

Well, for all Android users out there, the Android version is also in the making and will be released in upcoming months. Meanwhile, the upcoming iOS test is going to be expanded soon. We now have to see how the game actually functions on mobile platforms. It will be interesting to see the future of "Fortnite" Mobiles.

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'Fortnite Battle Royale' Blitz mode

"Blitz Mode is the standard game on steroids and amphetamines: there's a storm circle formed from the beginning of the game, restricting the safe zone from go," reports Forbes. According to Game spot, for the next few days, players will be able to jump into the short-lived Blitz mode, which promises "swift storms and lots of loot." The matches last for about five-15 minutes. One can actually complete this game in a shorter span of time and therefore, can be enjoyed thoroughly. This one is actually more preferable because you actually don't need to focus entirely on the game, unlike the traditional "Battle Royale."

Meanwhile, According to Polygon, the makers decided to disable friendly fire after receiving multiple reports from players that they were being killed by their own teammates so other players could pick up dropped items.

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