Fortnite players, good news! The latest Fortnite V7.30 patch is bringing a long-requested feature by the community. The support for Bluetooth controller for iOS and Android devices, allowing the gain of time and optimization of plays in the Battle Royale.
On Android, most of Bluetooth controller adapters, such as Steelseries Stratus XL, Gamevice, XBox1, Razer Raiju, and Moto Gamepad will support. For iOS, MFi controllers, such as Steelseries Nimbus and Gamevice should work.
The update also comes with lots of bug fixes and the Android version gets 60fps gaming. Till now, this feature was only available to the latest iPhone models, but now Android phones including the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (USA variant), Huawei Honor View 20, and Huawei Mate 20 X will also get this feature.
Epic Games noted, “We are rolling out 60Hz support (to be enabled in settings) on select Android devices. We have been working with our partners on optimizations and are rolling this out initially on the following specific models.”
Fortnite debuted on iOS 10 months ago and showed how the title would be promising on mobile devices. In August 2018 finally landed on Android, with a very short exclusivity in Samsung Galaxy smartphones.
You can find complete the full list of Fortnite v7.30 patch notes on the official website.