If you are unfamiliar with Fortnite, you should know that the game is based on the "Battle Royale" mode, where 100 players are thrown around on a huge map and have to fight for their lives until only one player remains victorious. You just need to download the game from App Store, log in to your account and start competing. Having initially declared an invite-only event, the developer has declared that no invites will be required for the mobile version of the hit battle royale game. Details of supported devices can be found here on the Fortnite website.
Whether or not the machines will be in random locations every game, or in a select few locations, is unclear right now.
Steven Spielberg's film "Ready Player One" may be all about a virtual reality video game, but the box office opening is most certainly the real thing! Even the rate at which Epic Games updates the game has been deemed by its fan base as efficient and really fast.
But it should also be noted that Fortnite DOES NOT support: iPhone 5S, 6, 6 Plus; iPad Air, Mini 2, Mini 3, iPod Touch.
Epic's free-to-play model is kept alive thanks to in-game items, costumes, dances, and an option three-month "service" through seasonal battle passes. We're questioning how Epic Games could explain a Vending Machine fitting into a player's pocket though. As well, a self-control RPG missile weapon was added on top of in-game clues that hint towards the impending doom of the most popular landing town in Fortnite, Tilted Towers.
This Vending Machine addition doesn't mean you'll be able to grab your favorite beverage from them but instead you'll be able to trade in your materials for something else.