Popular game Fortnite, which is currently consuming the life of almost every gamer, has announced its iOS version no longer requires an invite to play, as the game has now opened up to everyone.
Many players are faced right now with a Fortnite Cooldown error that is absolutely frustrating for anyone that wants to jump into a match at the moment. If you have an iPhone 6S or newer, you can download the game and start annihilating the competition, as of this morning, thanks to a tweet via Epic Games.
And as if the game wasn't already popular enough, Drake and Travis Scott recently played together in a stream through Twitch with another user, and now people have been gathering to play even more so than before. Now, anyone can play it simply by downloading the free-to-play app.
The iOS version is the same as the console and PC versions, and it includes cross-play across all platforms.
The contest lasts until April 10, so if you plan on dancing for the internet to see, get your entries in by then.
Considering that the game developer has allowed mobile players to send invites to their friends, this has helped with the growth of the mobile fan base of the game. Epic's website still says that the Android version of Fortnite Mobile will release "within the next few months", inviting interested Android users to sign up for more info to stay in the loop.