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Fortnite review

  • Emily Siegel
    • 2019-01-04
Professional Critic
Emily Siegel

Fortnite review

  • 2019-01-04
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Fortnite has become a huge hit and earned its version for mobile devices. Fortnite pits up to one hundred players against each other. You can pick a single, duo, or 4-player squads and enjoy the chaotic fun.

The game runs on Android version 8.0 or later and iOS 11.0 or up.

Plot - 5/5

While the version for its bigger counterparts has story-driven modes that add to the wealth of experience that is Fortnite, the mobile game has been stripped down to its most popular (and arguably most fun) mode – Fortnite Battle Royale. True, you won’t get to fight off zombie-like enemies with your friends in the Save the World PvE mode, nor will you get to play around with the world creation in Fortnite Creative.

However, what you will experience is Epic Games’ take on the Battle Royale genre in its full glory. You will start off in a bus flying over the map with 99 other players (playing either alone, or teamed up in duos or packs of 4). After the parachute jump, you will find yourself in an environment full of danger and excitement. As the circle shrinks, you will have to fight other players at an increasingly tense pace, or die trying. You will find a wealth of weapons, healing items and other useful things scattered throughout the map and near defeated opponents. Use them wisely, as they are one of the keys to winning the game.

Visuals - 5/5

It is impressive how clear and defined all the details are. This game stands out with its improved graphics. In the latest version, great work with visual elements was done. Cloth physics appear properly. The game also offers numerous battle and surrounding effects. For instance, the lighting looks pretty natural. Equip and holding animations are great as well. Compared to the console version, mobile Fortnite looks poorer, but it’s entirely expected given the limitations of mobile devices.

Replay Value - 5/5

Fortnite is one of those games that boast immense replay value. You will start without knowing what to do, and over time and many losses, you get to figure out how the game works and what you should do to win. It’s an incredibly rewarding process, and you will find yourself longing to play the game when you have some free time on your hands. Duos and squads add to the replay value since you get to tackle the opponents with friends.

Controls - 5/5

To move around, you will have to use an on-screen joystick in the bottom-left corner of your device’s screen. Detecting and collecting stuff is one of the main missions, so you should know how to pick everything you find. Simply tap on the item or open it. To use what you’ve collected, tap this item and equip it.

Of course, the game offers many other functions and moves, and you will get all the necessary hints on your screen.


Even if you do not make additional in-game purchases, you can enjoy the full spectrum of the world after the apocalypse when playing Fortnite on your mobile device. The visuals make you feel like you are in a fantasy world. Everything looks pretty natural yet not frightening or violent. It is easy to navigate and communicate with the rest of the players. Overall, it’s a great option for casual or intense game sessions.


  • Additional in-game purchases
  • Lacks the console quality of graphics


  • Exciting premise
  • Excellent animations
  • Easy navigation and controls
  • Replaces console and makes it possible to play on the go
Replay value

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