Fortnite is No Longer Available for a Major Platform

If you’re deeply in love with battle royale games where you can grab pretty much any weapon that you can think of, you just have to give Fortnite a try. The game was released more than three years ago for a variety of platforms: Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS, and Classic Mac OS.

However, you know what they say that nothing lasts forever in this world. Whether we like it or not, it also applies to Fortnite’s availability for certain platforms.

No more Fortnite in Apple’s App Store

Apple made the harsh decision of removing the insanely popular Fortnite game from the App Store. The reason is that Epic is violating the App Store guidelines by using its own payment system. Apple declared as following:

Today, Epic Games took the unfortunate step of violating the App Store guidelines that are applied equally to every developer and designed to keep the store safe for our users. As a result their Fortnite app has been removed from the store. Epic enabled a feature in its app which was not reviewed or approved by Apple, and they did so with the express intent of violating the App Store guidelines regarding in-app payments that apply to every developer who sells digital goods or services.

Fortnite on mobile devices is pretty much the same as it is for the consoles and PC. Therefore, you shouldn’t be too upset even with Fortnite not being available anymore for iPhones. The possibilities of playing the game are endless, and it’s totally worth it.

In Fortnite, you can do a lot of stuff besides getting involved in battles: build and destroy, be creative, squad up with friends, gear up, engage in various events, head for relevant updates, and so on.

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