"Fortnite Battle Royale" is currently the most popular video game [VIDEO] and is also one of the fastest-growing games in the history of gaming [VIDEO]. Epic Games, "Fortnite" developer, has made a great product that has attracted over 125 million players, and it seems that this number will only keep growing. The popular battle royale game may be released for Android devices this month, which should bring millions of new players to the game.

At the moment, "Fortnite" is playable on five different platforms. The game was originally released for a PC and Mac, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, but it recently received iOS support and a Nintendo Switch release.

Now, its developer is preparing for a big Android release, and considering how many active Android devices are being used around the world, this release will help the game reach new heights.

Android release date

First of all, it is important to note that Epic Games hasn't officially revealed a release date for "Fortnite Battle Royale" Android release. Tencent, the company which owns part of Epic Games, recently posted an interesting tweet, hinting at an Android release of the popular video game.

As you can see in the tweet, the Android release of "Fortnite Battle Royale" could happen on July 24. Considering that Epic games announced that the video game would come to Android devices this summer, this date makes a lot of sense.

After all, so many players would love to play the game on their mobile devices, but it is currently impossible if they don't have an iOS device.

Besides a potential Android release, it seems that Chinese players will get some exclusive cosmetic items for their Epic Games accounts. These items include a back bling and a glider, but the game developer hasn't made an official announcement about this. Instead, these items were leaked by sud4nym on Twitter.

Potential Android player base

Epic Games has made over $100 million from its most popular game on iOS in its first three months on this platform. This is a great achievement, but the game developer will probably make even more money from its Android port of the popular game.

Last year, Google announced that there were over two billion active Android devices. On the other side, according to the figure announced in February this year, there are around 1.3 billion active iOS users. This means that there will be potentially two times more Android players, which could lead to more record-breaking numbers by Epic Games and "Fortnite Battle Royale."