Earlier this year, Epic announced that they would be releasing Fortnite Battle Royale on mobile devices for both iOS and Android. The good news for mobile gamers is that if you were hoping to see improvements made to the game for your mobile phone, you’ll be pleased to learn that’s exactly what Epic has planned.

The company has announced their development plans for mobile, and some of those changes include increasing the framerates for the game to 60fps for higher end devices. “In the near future, we’ll be unlocking 60 FPS functionality on a limited set of high end devices. We’re doing some validation on devices to make sure they can maintain a high level of performance over multiple games without overheating.”

Epic also announced that they’ll be working on improvements for devices running on Android 7, such as optimizing how much memory the game uses up, and also a more consistent framerate during longer gaming sessions. They are also working to address how much space the game is taking up with each update, and are hoping to reduce update sizes to help make smaller patches.

In addition to these performance improvements, Epic has also announced that they will be bringing a customizable HUD to the game, and also changes to the controls and also support for controllers, all of which are expected to be available in the future.

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