Epic Games has done a fantastic job with "#Fortnite Battle Royale" as the game has over 40 million players over three gaming systems. At the moment, the game is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. However, the game developer has decided to bring the popular game to mobile devices. Soon, the game will be available on both mobile phones and tablets [VIDEO], allowing players to keep playing the game on the go.

Players will be able to sign up for the Invite Event [VIDEO] on Monday, March 12. The event will be open to iOS users, but the game will be released for both iOS and Android platform.

How to get the 'Fortnite' mobile app

"Fortnite Battle Royale" mobile application will not be available to everyone after its release.

Players will have to sign up at www.Fortnite.com for the Invite Event, and the game developer will decide who to give the invites to. According to the official announcement, e-mail invites will roll out shortly after, allowing iOS users to play the mobile version of the game.

If you receive an invite, you will get a link which will allow you to download "Fortnite" mobile application from the App Store. If you don't get an invite immediately, don't worry as there is a chance that you will get it later since Epic Games will keep adding more players over the upcoming months.

The official mobile application of the #Video Game requires iOS11 and at least iPhone 6S or SE. When it comes to tablets, you will need either iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, or any iPad device from 2017.

Other info you need to know

Cross play and cross progression will be enabled between players on "Fortnite Battle Royale" application and players on PC, Mac and PlayStation 4.

This means that you will be able to keep your progress and your cosmetic items even when you switch to your #Mobile Device to play the game!

It is important to note that mobile players will be able to choose whether or not they want to play in PC or PS4 lobbies. PC and PS4 players, on the other side, won't be able to join mobile lobbies as it would give them an unfair advantage over other players.

There aren't many other details about the mobile version of "Fortnite Battle Royale" at the moment, but the game developer will give us more information on Monday. If you own a compatible iOS device and you are interested in testing the mobile version of the game out, make sure you visit the game's website on Monday and sign up for the invite event. Good luck!