If you've struggled to battle with the game's on-screen controls, Fortnite patch 7.30 could be just what you have been waiting for. On Android, you can use practically anything, including the SteelSeries Stratus XL, Gamevice, Xbox One X controller, Razer Raiju, and the Moto GamePad.
Gamevice is the best Apple MFi partner with direct Lightning support, making it the most responsive controller on iOS devices.
Epic Games via its algorithms separates controller users from mouse and keyboard players on consoles by putting the mouse and keyboard console users in competition with PC users. As you know, you didn't get controller support in PUBG, so having this addition in the Fortnite may be regarded as a great change. And if the inclusion of this controller support isn't enough to float your boat, maybe the addition of 60Hz support for select Android models will pique your interest. The new Chiller Grenade is also added, which looks like a severed snowman head.
Bluetooth controller support has arrived in mobile on supported devices!
Fortnite is now available on Windows, macOS, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, and select Android powered smartphones. Drop in and earn a Victory in a whole new way. The chiller grenade causes knock-back to whoever gets hit, with the players sliding in the process.
The Chiller Grenade is a common rarity and can be found from Floor Loot and in Vending Machines. This means you'll have far more opportunities to find powerful weapons and items than you normally would.