Fortnite is one of the most popular games of the moment on both Android and iOS. Now, Fortnite Season 7 is already available on App Store, for iOS devices.
The Battle Royale genre is by far the most appreciated video games genre of the moment. With titles like PUBG and Fortnite, gamers are engaging in epic battles with dozens of other people until a single player remains standing. Between the two titles, for the moment at least, Fortnite is the best regarding the number of downloads and critics.
With the Fortnite Season 7, there comes a lot of new changes and improvements. You can use the new zip lines to move around on the map or take a flight on board an aircraft. There are also tons of new areas to discover and many secrets to reveal. This Fortnite update also allows you to get a new type of object with the Battle Pass. Accordingly, a new feature that allows you to customize your weapons and vehicles with many new skins to match your favorite outfits reaches the game in the new Season 7.
Fortnite Season 7 Is Available On iOS
The game is set in present days when a sudden, powerful storm around the world causes 98% of the population to disappear and zombie-like creatures to pop up and attack every survivor.
In Fortnite, you can participate in individual missions, with up to three other players, who cooperate on randomly generated maps to collect resources, build fortifications around defense targets, protect survivors and build weapons and traps to fight zombies. Players receive rewards through these missions to improve their characters, by playing exclusively online against dozens of other players.
Now, along with the Fortnite Season 7 which is now available on iOS, other updates reached the popular game. As the most significant one, the new seasons support 60 IPS for the new iPad Pro 2018, iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max. You can enable this new function in the settings.
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