Mobile gaming is already a huge deal and the latest rumor about Samsung partnering with Epic Games for the Galaxy Note9 launch, comes to only further confirm this. Just the other day, news broke that Samsung and Epic Games are planning to release Fortnite - the PC game that already took over iOS - exclusively to Galaxy Note9 owners for 30 days.
Today, a string in Epic Games' website suggest that both companies are extending its partnership even further. When buying the Galaxy Note9, you will get 15,000 virtual in-game currency called V-Bucks, that's worth around $150. Pretty generous.
In addition, the latest report claims that the one-month exclusive period could be extended to as long as four months in total. Now, that's an exclusive deal!
However, we wonder if Epic Games' servers allow cross-platform gaming, because the app has been available for iOS only and if not, Galaxy Note9 owners will be stuck playing only against each other. The waiting queues for joining a game will be pretty long due to the small number of gamers, as well.
Yeah Fortnite is already cross-platform, but I have doubts that they will make it possible for mobile players to play the Battle Royale mode with players from the other platforms.
Finally, a sensible comment.
Not yet, mate. But hopefully someday they will. It's a bit of a disadvantage though for those who are playing thru MOBILE VS PC's.