Earlier this year Epic Games announced that Fortnite Battle Royale would be making its way onto mobile. The game was launched on iOS devices first and its Android launch would be taking place later, but when exactly was later was anyone’s guess. However the good news is that we now have a timeframe.

According to a post on Epic’s website, they have announced that Fortnite would be coming to Android this summer. “Fortnite is coming to Android! We are targeting this summer for the release. We know many of you are excited for this release, and we promise that when we have more information to share, you’ll hear it from us first.”

Unfortunately no specific dates were shared, but we suppose at the very least the timeframe has since been narrowed down. Presumably it should be the same experience as the one on iOS, and given that the post on Epic’s website also contains some of the changes and improvements that they’ll be making to the game, the version on Android should be a rather polished one.

So far Fortnite has reportedly managed to earn a whopping $25 million on iOS so far, so we can imagine that it should be able to pull just as much, if not more, when it eventually makes its way onto Android.

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