Fortnite has long been available for iOS and Android-powered mobile devices. It’s finally getting support for Bluetooth controllers today. The support is part of the latest patch that’s rolling out today for the popular battle royale title. Epic has been working on this feature since last year and it’s rolling it out starting today.

The Fortnite v7.30 patch notes mention that “most” Bluetooth controllers should work with the title. This includes controllers like the Gamevice, Razer Raiju, Moto Gamepad, Steelseries Stratus XL, and others. All MFi controllers should work with Fortnite on iOS devices. The phone vibration will automatically be disabled when a gamepad is attached.

The latest Fortnite patch brings some changes for the game itself. There’s a new Chiller Grenade which can chill your enemies to the core. There’s a new Limited Time Mode as well called Solid Gold. All weapon spawns in this mode are Legendary with increased material gathering.

The grenade knocks players back and causes them to slide along the ground. Enemies, allies, and vehicles hit with this grenade will slip around for seven seconds. They can be found from Floor Loot and Vending Machines. The patch notes mention that they drop in stacks of 3 with a max stack size of 6.

The full patch notes for v7.30 are available on Epic’s website.

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