Google telling users that the Play Store doesn't have Fortnite

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Searchers are also advised that Fortnite rival PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is available to download. And you get first dibs with the beta if you own a Samsung device - a list that includes its flagship Galaxy S9 / S9 Plus (and its predecessors, the S8 / S8 Plus); the Note8 (and the just-announced Galaxy Note9, when it arrives later this month); as well as the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge and Tab S3.

New data has revealed that global tech giant Google could lose around United States dollars 50 million this year due to Epic Games' decision to not release Fortnite on Google's Play Store. If you already have one, you'll need to sign into your Epic Games account or create a new one.

As Epic noted in an FAQ with Eurogamer last week, "open platforms are an expression of freedom: the freedom of users to install the software they choose, and the freedom of developers to release software as they wish".

Had the game been distributed through the Play Store, then, Google could have pocketed upwards of $54 million- roughly the same amount Apple has made from Fortnite so far.

At this point, whether you're a gamer or not, there's a good chance that you've at least heard about Fortnite. Once that's on your device, you'll be able to download the Fortnite app to your phone or tablet.

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Once the APK file is installed, it will install Fortnite on your device.

However, there's one way to play Fortnite on Android presently -a flagship Samsung Galaxy device.

How to download Fortnite Android?

It is entirely unclear how long will it take for an individual to get the Fortnite Installer link and instructions to download the game on Android smartphone, but the "email invites will start rolling out in the next few days" and Epic Games said that it would be "adding new players regularly as we support more devices".

Fortnite is available now for Nintendo Switch, iOS, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. From there, you'll be able to start playing.