Fortnite “Restrictions” on iPhone, Android
Fortnite announced in a Twitter thread that after January 30th, all players using the August 2020 build will no longer be able to use V-Bucks and must be over 18 to play. . The company says it wants to update the game with current services that include parental controls, but Apple’s Fortnite “restrictions” and Google.
“After January 30th, Fortnite players using the August 2020 13.40 app build previously available on iOS, Mac, and Google Play will no longer be able to use V-Bucks and will be unable to play. must be 18 or older,” Fortnite’s service update handle said in a tweet.
“We want all versions of our games to use the current suite of Epic Online Services, including parental controls, default purchases, and parental authentication features. Due to Apple and Google restrictions on Fortnite, We can’t update apps on these platforms,” it said. Added.
Fortnite was removed from the App Store and Google Play Store in August 2020 after violating one of the App Store’s rules. The tech giant is getting up to 30% cuts in revenue from app stores and in-app purchases. Epic Games has launched its own in-app payment scheme in Fortnite, which basically violates his Apple and Google app store guidelines.
Interestingly, the development comes three weeks after Epic Games’ CEO. Tim Sweeney Speculation has rife that Fortnite will return to Apple iOS devices in 2023.
Gamers will continue to have multiple ways to play the updated game on Mac PCs and iPhones using Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service. Android smartphone users can play games Xbox cloud gaming.
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