Fortnite Players with the latest Apple iPhones now have a distinct advantage over Nintendo Switch and Android players: Fortnite on the iPhone, XS, XS Max and XR now include the option to run at 60 ips.
This means that the game will run more smoothly and with a sharper image. It's a faster pace than Nintendo Switch and Android readers will have on their devices, which will work Fortnite at only 30 frames per second.
Although the frame rate is much higher on the iPhone XS, it is a more expensive device than a switch. The Nintendo switch is currently selling for $ 300, while an iPhone XS starts at $ 1,000 for the base model. Most people will not buy an iPhone XS just for gaming purposes – and certainly not for Fortnite only those who own the latest iPhone model will get a slight advantage over Switch users. The Apple A12 processor chip is extremely powerful and allows a frame rate of 60 frames per second even if a fan like the Switch is missing.
Fortnite also runs at 60 fps on more powerful consoles, including the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One X. Android mobile devices currently caps the game to 30 fps and Epic has announced support for any Android phone.