Fortnite has already taken the world by storm. It has become the most-played online game in 2017, and it manages to keep its positions at the top until this day with more than 78.3 million active players. Most of the game's success comes from mobile players who get to enjoy the battle royale on their handheld devices.
Alas, not all phones were made equal. iPhone Fortnite is reserved for only particular, up-to-date phone models.
The answer to the question of what the iPhone can play Fortnite is simple. Here is the list of supported devices:
That being said, you should really be asking about Fortnite iPhone controllers. As we all know, the game is a reaction-based battle royale where the players have much more on their plate than shooting. The building aspect of the game takes as much practice and precision, which, in turn, is barely achievable on a smartphone screen.
Do yourself a favor and invest in an iPhone-compatible controller, or use your Xbox Elite if you are rocking iOS 14 before even thinking about playing a competitive multiplayer game. The other players you will be fighting against will not handicap themselves—neither should you.
The second thing to worry about is the size of the screen. The smaller SE and iPhone 7 models don’t have enough screen real estate to both tap, shoot, build, and see where you are going!
I sincerely hope this little post answers all of your questions regarding rocking at Fortnite on an iPhone. That being said, please make sure to ask if anything still interests you. Also, share your thoughts on the mobile version of the game. Did it cut it for you?