Fortnite's hitting Android and Open Data in just a matter of days.
But if you are a Samsung device owner you could download Fortnite now and begin playing it.
And here it is on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 if you're curious.
I'm sky diving, and by the way absolutely terrible at Fortnite.
But a lot of other people might be better than me.
It's been available on iOS for a while, Android owners are gonna get their hands on it.
And if you happen to get a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 or a Tab 4, you can also get a skin for Fortnight, if you're into that.
The screen actually, it's nice to play on a large screen.
And crash into a tree.
I think some people have actually been downloading Fortnight here, even though they weren't originally on the Note 9 phones.
So we found a unit that has Fortnight on it and we're giving it a play.
Seriously, 6.4 inches, it's much better to play on mobile, I would say, on a screen that is basically about the same size as a Nintendo Switch.
It goes without saying, it's gonna hit Android for everyone.
So Fortnite is not a reason to get a Samsung device.
But it is available a few days earlier, if you're curious.
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