Epic has outlined future plans for Fortnite on mobile, which includes several additional customization features, performance enhancements, and under-the-hood tweaks. The announcement presents a series of ambitious improvements as a whole, with various features both available or coming soon.
Available now is a more editable HUB setting, allowing you to take elements to the grid and choose between visibility settings for three game modes – building, editing, and fighting. Plus studio will take a closer look at the control options, and it has brought back the building from the latest quickbar button in update 6.10. Epic also said this began testing various controller settings to test support.
In front of performance, it will open 60 FPS functionality on high-end mobile devices in the near future. This should do some testing to make sure the device can handle the load, but this seems to be just around the corner. It also works on general performance and optimization improvements on both Android and iOS devices, and to reduce the amount of memory that the game requires. Finally, the studio has committed to reducing the size of updates and patches because they come every week.
The latest update on Fortnite v6.22 adds two new limited time modes and new heavy AR weapons. It also laid the groundwork for new NFL skins that are said to be coming this weekend. If you want to start with the Battle Royale game for free on your mobile, you might want to take a new starter package.