With the newly arrival of Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Fortnite has finally hit the Android market. But, Epic games announced, the game will remain exclusive for Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9/S9+, Galaxy S8/S8+, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S7/S7 Edge, Galaxy Tab S3 and Tab S4. After the massive success on other’s platform, a free-to-play royale battle game will soon become available on Google Play Store for everyone to play. However, we suggest you to check whether your device is supported or not.
The game is compatible with the Android devices having Snapdragon 820, HiSilicon Kirin 970 and Exynos 8890 or higher SoC under the hood. The most interesting part is that the Epic Games has already decided some restrictions in order to improve the security and provide transparent gameplay.
As per the recent news, users who will try to run the game on devices having Bootloader unlocked or it is rooted or it is failed at SafetyNet check, the game will directly show warning message says ‘We Hit Roadblock’ as shown in image above.
The user can also continue the game play but it may cause the permanent ban if the Epic games will do the bypass check. The people who has already unlocked bootloader in their devices will definitely feel unlucky.
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