Fortnite’s Code Epic Game could Launch on Apple TV

It is pertinent to know that the Fortnite could launch on Apple TV at one point in the future, as suggested by a twitter account @StormLeaks on Monday. This epic game according to a new discovery by esports and gaming website Dexerto, a single line was found within Fortnite’s code that references “tvOS,” this actually suggest that the Epic Game is likely to be planning to launch the popular game on Apple’s fourth and fifth generation set top boxes down the line.

However, one shouldn’t take the mention of this epic game as a guarantee that it will be available to play on Apple TV anytime soon. But if at all it is made available, which you would likely get a compatible wireless gaming controller for, and the two will can be gotten in Apple at $49.95 on its website.

Meanwhile, it is necessary to know that, Fortnite is available, as it is currently on iOS, macOS, Android, PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. Also, initially in march Fortnite was launched as a beta on iOS and then it was widely expanded in April. The smartphone apps version of Fortnite, are focused entirely on its PvP Battle Royale mode, but the console and desktop versions of Fortnite, also include a PvE mode called Save the World. But the Fortnite Battle Royale is available for free play on iOS, however as a result of in-game content purchases, the app reached about $100 million in revenue in June i.e. 90 days after its launch.

Tough it was widely launched initially in 2017 during summer on macOS, PC, and Consoles which was focused solely on save the world mode along with Battle Royale which was released just a few months later in September 2017.

However, we will update this post, if we hear anything related to this post.