Fortnite took the world by storm last year, and even a few months into 2019, it's still dominating the gaming industry no matter where you look.
Epic's decision to make the game available on virtually every platform has really helped contribute to its success, and in turn, has made it one of the most popular games available for Android.
Taking a look at the AC forums, however, it would appear that many members of our community aren't Fortnite fans in the slightest.
Now, we want to hear from you — Do you play Fortnite on your Android phone?
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