Fortnite mobile


Epic games finally got Fortnite mobile running at 60 frames per second (fps) on some high-spec Android phones, as well as on the latest iPhones. The major technical feat brings mobile Fortnite closer to the quality of the console version. However, this, of course, comes at a compromise, especially for passively-cooled smartphones. When the 60fps mode of Fortnite arrived on iPhone at the end of last year, it received a lot of praise for making the game look and feel better. Although, tests of GameBench have shown that it can be short-lived. They saw that after 15-20 minutes of gameplay, the frame rate became erratic, even on the high-end iPhone XS Max. This could be due to thermal throttling as the iPhone starts to overheat. In their tests, a battle began at 60fps and deliver an average of 60fps, but in the second numerous frame rate drops were seen down…