Warning: Avoid Paying for Fake Fortnite Mobile Invite Code

By Aravindhsriram / March 14, 2018

Fortnite players are at risk now. It is recommended to stay away from the Fortnite mobile invite code that you receive on your Twitter account. Scammers are trying to steal your money by sharing the fake Fortnite invite code with you and demanding to pay $3 or $10 or even more through Paypal to activate the game on your iOS.

Recently, the official Epic Games team announced the launch of a Fortnite game on iOS and the users are so excited about it. They can play the battle game on iPhone 6S/SE, iPad Mini 4, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2, iPad 2017 devices or later containing iOS 11 only if they sign-up for the Fortnite Battle Royale Invite Event. Once it is registered, you'll be added to the waiting list. Sooner, the invite will reach you through email and possibly can start playing it on your iOS device by tapping the activate link after downloading the game from the App Store. In addition to this, you'll receive an extra invite code to share with your friends or someone else.

Android users are on the next list and they'll be supported in the next few months.

Keeping this in mind, the scammers are sending a fake Fortnite Mobile Invite code on Twitter and requesting their friends or unknown person to pay a few dollars, says The Sun.

Game Players are eagerly waiting for the arrival of Fortnite Battle Royale on iOS even after they play against 100-player PvP mode on their PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One & Mac which is already in use. Not only this, according to the recent rumor, there is a chance for a player to cross-play Fortnite between PS4 and Xbox One. But at the end of the day, Sony denied the functionality. This isn't the first time we see blocking the cross-platform play between these two devices.

From the below screenshot, it is proven that a tricky scammer is taking advantage of this new Fortnite invite code by sharing it with a fake iPhone screenshot with their friends or neighbor or to someone who is not in touch.

Fortnite Mobile iOS invite

Image Credit: TheSun

The image provided by a Twitter user named @_haziario is completely fake and he has taken the advantage of the Photoshop tool to look like the Fortnite app is installed on his iOS. This doesn't stop here, he is also interested to giveaway the invite code to anyone who comes first and pays $3 through Paypal, follow his profile, and Retweets this Tweet, as per the tweet.

You'll not believe, some other scammer is asking for $10 for an exchange of a code. Likewise, there are several fake invites rolling out.

To stop this false download links, the official Fortnite team tweeted a warning message on Twitter.

As per their notice, it is confirmed that they still haven't sent out any mobile invites and advised not to click on any links who share the invite code with them. It can be dangerous if you visit the third party websites with your account information.

If you are really eager to play the Fortnite Battle Royale game on your iOS, spend some of your time and sign up for an email invite from here and wait until you receive.

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