Today, a launch invitation confirms that Black Shark will be launching a new gamer-centric smartphone to compete against the likes of the Razer phone. This invite mentions April 13 as the date that the company will announce such a device in Beijing, China. The company is actually backed by Xiaomi, so the device will likely feature the Black Shark branding and not Xiaomi’s. It will definitely be easier to spell and pronounce than “Xiaomi” in western markets. Qualcomm’s logo is also on the invite so we will likely see a Snapdragon 845 inside this device. Other expected specs…
Epic Games is opening up ‘Fortnite Battle Royale’ to all iOS device users with compatible hardware, allowing anyone with a supported iPhone or iPad to download the popular free-to-play title without needing to acquire an invitation beforehand.
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Starting today, the highly popular co-op sandbox-survival game, Fornite, is available on iOS for all users, without an invite.
It’s been a couple weeks since Fortnite [Free] dropped on iOS, and if you don’t have an invite yet, now is the perfect time to pick your invite up. Thanks to additional invites, and people spreading the love after getting them, our users have a surplus of invites in the #fortnite_codes channel on our Discord server. Come in, put down your code requests, and pass the time by playing Pokecord in the channel. Is your obscure Pokemon knowledge finally going to become useful? Regardless, this is a great spot for you to finally get that invite for yourself.
Just remember, when you do get your invite, don’t play in class. A teacher made a request, and, well, Epic decided to warn his students. Epic is listening!
My favorite thing about working at @EpicGames.
— K.L. Smith (@arCtyC) March 30, 2018
Once you have your invite, be sure to join #fortnite on our Discord server, where you can share your Victories Royale, and find squads to get those wins. Manage to get some cool moments, or have some handy tips? We might also be looking for squads when we’re pulling down those wins on our streams!
Have fun, y’all!
Fortnite [Free] is a game that needs absolutely no introduction at this point. Celebrities are playing it, it has taken over Twitch, and the fervor surrounding getting mobile invite codes so you can play the game on your iOS device is absolutely off the charts. We met with the guys from Epic at GDC, and they hooked us up with over 50 Fortnite mobile invite codes. We’ll be giving them away today on our Discord server in the #fortnite_codes channel at 7:00 PM Eastern (4:00 PM Pacific).
Using Discord [Free] is super simple, and you can either use the mobile app, or go to the Discord site to either use the web client or download the desktop version. Once you’re all set, you can either click this link or use the widget below to join:
All we ask is that if you’re going to hang around and snag a code from the giveaway that you play the game, stick around, and share the three codes you’ll get to invite other people in our Discord server. It’d be really awesome to keep the chain rolling as with these 50 invites people will have 150 invites to give away, then from those people will have 450 invites to give away, and so on. If folks stick around and be cool members of the TouchArcade community, there’s no reason why everyone who wants one can’t eventually have an invite inside of a couple days if everyone is paying it forward!
If you want to get ahead of the game, register for an Epic games account (you’ll need this to claim invite codes), get Discord set up, be in the channel, and download Fortnite. The code giveaway will begin today at 7:00 PM Eastern, 4:00 PM Pacific.
Do you want Fortnite [Free] mobile invite codes? Hit up our Discord server. Why? Because TouchArcade is no more. The former rulers have been deposed. Welcome to an exciting new era in the website’s history, as Carter and I officially cut the red tape for FortniteArcade, where we’ll be keeping you in touch with the latest in Fortnite mobile gaming. Okay, there hasn’t really been a coup – Eli and Jared are just at GDC, and we’re still writing about loads of other awesome mobile games that have been released recently, but Fortnite (and arguably to a lesser extent PUBG Mobile [Free]) are the talk of the town of late. However, rather than discussion on that sweet, sweet victory royale, many people are still stuck in limbo waiting for an invite code to dive into the Fortnite action. If you haven’t been able to jump off the magic starting bus as of yet, don’t worry – TouchArcade staff and keen community members are giving away numerous Fortnite invite codes for free on the Discord server.
FREE CODES! What more do you want? To be honest, what I’d like is to be a bit better at the game – trying to juggle moving, shooting and building all at once on my decrepit iPhone is difficult, and I really can’t wait for MFi support down the line. However, I do have a PS4 that is picking up dust – you may throw your mobile gaming friends under the bus, but playing cross-play on consoles is always an option if you’re unwilling to commit to learning the touch controls. I can’t take my PS4 onto this metaphorical bus, however. Playing Fortnite on the go really never gets old, and totally makes up for any frustration you may initially experience from the limitations of the hardware. Hopefully Epic open it to more people sooner rather than later, but until then, be sure to keep an eye on our Fortnite Discord server for free code giveaways and much, much more.
So, you have just received the much-awaited invite codes from Epic games to play Fortnite Battle Royale. Having activated your account, you would like to play the game with your close friends. Well, you would be really glad to know that the company also offers a few invite codes to players. Hence, you can send invite codes to Fortnite Battle Royale on your iPhone and iPad to lock horns with your buddies.
Before you may start jumping in the air and think of pinging all of your buddies, let me tell you that currently, you will be able to send only up to three invite codes. Keep in mind that the invite code is for the iOS version of Fornite only. That means, your friend must have a compatible iPhone and iPad to play the game.
How to Send Invite Codes to Fortnite Battle Royale for iPhone and iPad
This game is compatible with iPhone SE/iPhone 6s or newer, or an iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4, or 2017 iPad powered by iOS 11 or later.
Step #1. Launch Fortnite on your iOS device.
Now, you will have to wait for your device to connect to the Fornite servers.
Step #2. Next, tap the invite codes button located in the Fortnite lobby.
Step #3. Next up, tap on Share Invite Code!.
Step #4. Up next, you have to choose the preferred sharing method.
Fill in the required and then Send it.
After your pals have signed in, you will automatically be added to one another’s friends list.
Team Up With Your Gang to Destroy Your Enemies
Now, smartly team up with your gang to decimate all of your opponents. Make sure to astutely control the game to stay ahead of others.
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Epic Games’ ‘Fornite’ is currently all the rage in the gaming world. While the company has not released the game publicly for iPhone and iPad users, it is testing the game by providing early access to certain users. If you have not received any such email, there’s no need to be disappointed as you can get an invite to try out Fortnite from one of your friends who was invited to try out the game. Continue reading
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Gamers waiting to get an invitation from Epic Games to try out ‘Fortnite’ on their iPhone or iPad can gain access early via other players, with current participants receiving emails advising them of the availability of friend invitations on their accounts.
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Apple has sent out an invite to the media for an event on March 27. Continue reading
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