Fortnite is probably one of the most awaited games on Android smartphone, and with the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the game was made available to Android but was exclusive to Samsung smartphones.

Epic games, the makers of the Fortnite game, had already made clear that the game will not be available in the Play Store but will be available on their own channel, and, the user should be able to sideload the app to the Android devices.

Which means the company will be releasing the APK on their official website.

And now that this popular game is not exclusive to Samsung smartphones anymore as the game is available to a bunch of supported Android Smartphones as well.

So if you’re interested in checking out the game for your Android smartphone you can simply go to the game’s website and sign up for the Android beta.

You would require to create an epic games account or sign in using an existing account.

What’s your account is created on Epic games website, you will have to enter the model of your smartphone and submit it to the website. The Epic game websites will send an email, to your registered email ID, with a link to the Fortnite APK installer file.

Once the APK installer is installed, the game will be authenticated on a Smartphone and will start installing.

After you have installed the game, you will require an official invite from Epic games to begin playing the game.

Currently, there is a range of Android Smartphones from brands like Google, Asus, Huawei, LG, Xioami, ZTE, OnePLus & Nokia, are supported, you can check out the Epic Games website to get the updated list of Smartphones for the Android Beta for the Fortnite game.

Currently, this is the only way to play the game on an Android smartphone.

If you have a smartphone from these companies you can try this method to see whether your smartphone is supported.

It is just a matter of you more days before anyone will come up with a way to install the APK installer directly to Android and play the game without going through all these extra steps.