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Yes, you can still reinstall Fortnite on your iPhonePublished on
The tussle between Epic Games and Apple is far from over. The legal battle is raging between the two companies to the great displeasure of users. A quarrel that materialized with the disappearance of Fortnite from Apple’s application store. Some opportunists are trying to take advantage of this situation by offering Fortnite-equipped iPhones on eBay at exorbitant prices, but there is still a way to get Fortnite back without paying.
iOS users can still play Fortnite under certain conditions
Fortnite (iPhone) players can still continue to play Fortnite even after the game has been removed from the App Store. Since Apple cannot force the removal of an application on devices, they will be able to enjoy the game at least until the next major game update.
If you’ve installed Fortnite at least once on your iPhone, but have manually deleted it, there’s still a way to reinstall it even though it’s no longer in the App Store. You’ll even be able to reinstall it on the iPhone of your choice, provided it’s compatible. Here’s how to do it:
How to reinstall Fortnite on any iOS device.
- Find your App Store purchases
Go to your App Store purchase history by clicking on your avatar in the right corner of the device. Go to “Purchased” to view all the applications you’ve downloaded in the past.
- Search Fortnite in your library
Enter the query “Fortnite” and validate the search. The game should appear.
- Download Fortnite
All you have to do is re-download Fortnite by pressing the cloud icon. Make sure you have at least 10 GB of free space on your iPhone.
The situation is dragging on and no one knows if a common ground will be found before the next game update. Meanwhile, Epic Games has already scheduled the launch of Season 4 of Chapter 2 for August 27th. According to the developer, this season will not be offered on iOS. As a reminder, Apple had announced that it would close Epic Games’ developer account on August 28th and that it would no longer allow the company to access its iOS and macOS development tools. Epic Games has filed an appeal but no decision has yet been confirmed. To be continued…
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