Fortnite Dev Warned Fans About False Invites
After the invite form Epic Games for a multiplayer sandbox survival game “Fortnite Battel” which was oriented for iOS: Since then people started getting fake invite. To stop this mess, Fortnite yesterday twitter, by asking people to not follow any mobile invite. As the fact that the company have never sent any mobile invite to anyone & if they are sending nay, that will be announced officially. Fortnite Dev Warned Fans About False Invites.
We have not sent out any mobile invites yet.
Please be aware of false mobile download links. Our official URLs are https://t.co/2e5rxQV3Uo and https://t.co/aYRtzUpFpO. https://t.co/XzyfhrO2w8
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) March 13, 2018
So this is clear that there are hackers or link batters who are doing this activity, hence the brand has officially announced follow the URL “Fortnite.com” and “Epicgames.com.” Apart from this, they have also asked all the users to not share any personal details to any 3rd part links. Fortnite Dev Warned Fans About False Invites.
The company has said that the users will receive an official download links for Fortnite‘s iOS Invite Event. But from what the company said before, invites should come by the end of this week. This mean anything that you get in this week, do make sure to share and ask Fortnite before sharing any detail.
Fortnite is available now in early access on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.