Free “Glow” Galaxy Skin for Fortnite Fans with Samsung Galaxy Note 10
A new partnership between Samsung and Epic Games will gift fans of Fortnite an exclusive skin. The Free “Glow” Galaxy Skin celebrates the successful launch of the Galaxy Note 10 last August. Its design is based on the smartphone’s signature glow color. Let others know about your taste on mobile devices with this flashy new cosmetic.
How to get the Free “Glow” Galaxy Skin
The Free “Glow” Galaxy Skin will be automatically unlocked when you boot up the game on the following devices:
- Galaxy S7, S8, S9, S10, S10+, S10 5G
- Note 8, Note 9, Note 10
- Tab S6, A9, A70, A80, A90
Simply download the Fortnite app, which is exclusively available in the Galaxy Apps Store and Epic Game Store, and launch the game to get your free skin.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 for Gaming
This partnership with Samsung is an endorsement of Epic Games that Galaxy devices are the premier brand for gaming. For instance, some features of Galaxy Note 10 are specifically made with gamers in mind. It has an AI-based predictive performance enhancer called Game Booster. This allows the device to manage its battery consumption based on your usage patterns. In addition, It comes with various battery-enhancement features that let you play games on the go for longer. The Galaxy Note 10 manages its heat dissipation well with its vapor chamber, which regulates the device’s temperature.
Above all, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be able to connect to both LTE and 5G networks. This means that the device will be ideal for playing online games. You won’t have to worry about disconnection, lag or latency thanks to the device’s strong internet capabilities. Outside of gaming, this will let you enjoy fast downloads and seamless streaming.
Fortnite Leading The Battle Royale Genre
Even with big competition like PUBG, Apex Legends, Rules of Survival and Cyber Hunters, Fortnite continues to lead the pack. With this new partnership, Fortnite rewards its fans with exclusive loot. With a player-base of about 250 million, Fortnite maintains the lead it made when the game launched in 2017. As long as Epic Games continue to strengthen their relationships with both customers and partners, their grip on the Battle Royale market will not loosen any time soon.
Thankfully, more and more developers are taking up the challenge of beating Fortnite. We saw a lot of new games in the battle royale genre come out this year, including the much-anticipated Call of Duty Mobile. With more options available, we’re sure to have a battle royale game for every type of gamer out there. But until something big happens, Fortnite will still remain at the top of the food pyramid.