17 March 2018 - 15:26

How to enable cross-platform play for Fortnite: Battle Royale between PS4, PC, and iOS

There's only a few simple steps you need to follow.

Fortnite: Battle Royale is now available on mobile devices, which means you can enjoy this extremely popular game on the go.

But how can you get all of your cool skins from PlayStation 4 or PC onto your mobile Fortnite account? It's actually much easier than you might think.

Epic Games will support cross-platform play of Fortnite between PlayStation 4, PC, Mac, iOS, and eventually Android. This means that players on PC, for example, can play with or against people on PS4 or an iPhone.

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Here's how to enable cross-platform play in Fortnite between PlayStation 4, PC, and iOS devices.

PS4 players will first need to link their PlayStation Network (PSN) account to an Epic Games account on the official Fortnite website. If you're already logged in, go to your display name in the top-right corner and sign out.

Screengrab via [Epic Games](https://www.epicgames.com/fortnite/en-US/buy-now/battle-royale)

Once you sign out, or if you don't have an account at all, go to the top-right corner and hover over the silhouette near the Download button. Click on the PlayStation option and sign in to your PSN account.

After you've successfully signed in with your PSN information, you'll be brought back to the Fortnite website. Simply input additional account information on this website in order to complete the process. We also recommend verifying your email address on the Fortnite website.

You can make sure that your PSN is connected to your Epic Games account by simply clicking on Account, followed by Connected Accounts. If you've successfully completed the process, you should see your PSN name on screen.

It's that simple—if your accounts are connected, any progress or purchases you've made in Fortnite will be available cross-platform on PS4, PC, and iOS.

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