There are many ways to play Fortnite on mobile devices!
You do not need an Xbox Game Pass subscription to play Fortnite through Xbox Cloud Gaming. All you need is a free Microsoft account, high-speed internet connection, and compatible device. Once you’re ready, go to Xbox.com/play to start playing Fortnite in your browser with mobile touch controls or a supported controller. (See our Xbox Cloud Gaming FAQ for more information.)
With NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW service, play Fortnite through cloud streaming in your browser on iOS and iPadOS devices. GeForce NOW can be accessed for free if players choose a free GeForce NOW membership.
All GeForce NOW players can play Fortnite on mobile with touch controls. Prefer playing with a controller? You can do that too!
Yes, you can play Fortnite on mobile with a controller! The supported controllers depend on whether you’re playing Fortnite natively, through Xbox Cloud Gaming, or through GeForce NOW.
For playing Fortnite natively on Android, the following Bluetooth controllers are supported:
For playing Fortnite through Xbox Cloud Gaming (whether on Android, iOS, or iPadOS), the supported controllers are listed on Xbox’s support website.
For playing Fortnite through GeForce NOW (whether on Android, iOS, or iPadOS), the supported controllers are listed on the GeForce NOW system requirements page.
Keyboard + mouse is not supported in Fortnite on mobile devices, whether playing natively, through Xbox Cloud Gaming, or through GeForce NOW.
Yes, voice chat is available in Fortnite on mobile devices.
Please note that you cannot use Bluetooth headsets for voice chat in Fortnite on mobile. However, Bluetooth headsets can still be used for audio output. If your device allows it, you can use the device’s microphone for voice chat while using Bluetooth headsets for audio output.
Yes, if you’ve launched Fortnite from the Epic Games App or are playing Fortnite through cloud gaming, you’ll be playing with players across all platforms. This also means you can party up with your friends on other platforms.
Yes, if you’ve launched Fortnite from the Epic Games App or are playing Fortnite through cloud gaming, you’ll be playing the current Season.