When will Fortnite mobile come back?

by Dealon Brounx
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Fortnite mobile

We have some news about Fortnite Mobile returning! As you know, Mobile has been stuck in chapter two, season three for almost two years. It’s been about 16 months, they’ve been stuck in that season! It is all because Fortnite did their mega drop. Where the v-buck prices went down and the people were getting a load of v-bucks for free. Fortnite is going to be reverting all of their prices on everything, so no more cheap V-bucks no more. If you live in America, the price will rise to $100. If you guys are in the UK, it’s going to go up to 80 pounds.

So, it’s a very big difference, but it also does mean Fortnite Mobile will be getting added back to the App Store after nearly two years! The main reason Apple took them off the app store was because the prices didn’t reach the requirements for Apple’s thresholds. The prices will be reverted, which means Fortnite Mobile will actually be added back to the App Store. It’s going to be absolutely amazing! If you are a mobile player, you’ll most likely be getting all of the battle pass skins, that you have missed added onto your account for completely free. So, when you do get added to the game, make sure you go check it out.

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When exactly this is going to take place, I cannot say with absolute certainty. It may be within the next few months, or it could be whenever, but Fortnite Mobile will make its comeback at some point during the third chapter. If you try to play Fortnite on your mobile device, you won’t be able to do so anymore. The item shop is not accessible at this time and will instead just crash. Therefore, within the next several months, we should be witnessing the return of Fortnite Mobile, which has me quite excited! In addition, I’m not thrilled because the price of a single V-buck is going up in the near future.

All app developers in South Korea can go ahead and put basically what Epic put into their apps.

When Epic Games first originally sued Apple, Apple removed the developer account, meaning Epic Games no longer has access to publish applications, upload new apps, or update existing apps on the app store. They have asked Apple to give back access to the developer account so that they can update Fortnite on the Korean app store and Fortnite will return to Ios. Now, I’m going to be completely honest. I know the first thing you are thinking. I know a lot of you guys don’t live in South Korea, but previously with other games that have been region locked for betas or for other regions, users have been able to go and change their region identity or their region location on their Apple account.



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