Fortnite has received yet another update this week which introduces a new feature that iOS and Android players have been requesting since the game’s release.
With Fortnite 7.30 update, controllers are now supported on both iOS and Android. The iOS version only supports Mfi controllers, while any Bluetooth controller will work fine on Android.
The new update also introduces the 60hz option for several devices like the Galaxy Note 9, Huawei Honor View 20, Huawei Mate 20 X. With these features, Fortnite on mobile devices is as playable as it is on consoles and PC, and it’s a more than worthy handheld version of the game.
The 7.30 update also introduces some new content to the game, such as the Chiller Grenade and the Solid Gold Limited Time Mode. Playground mode has also been tweaked with the removal of guided missile and a new Tournament has been added.
Fortnite is now available in all regions on iOS and Android as well as on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.