Fortnite fans are waiting for Epic Games to officially reveal the Android release date for Battle Royale.
Epic previously announced plans to bring the hugely popular Battle Royale game to Android this summer.
But with August just a few days away, fans are still in the dark about exactly when the Fortnite app will launch.
And based on a new report, it looks like it’s more bad news for Android users regarding Fortnite.
9to5Google suggests that while Fortnite is coming to Android very soon, it will initially only be available on Galaxy Note 9 devices.
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9, followed by a full release later that month.
And in a bid to boost Note 9 sales, Fortnite will reportedly be available as a timed exclusive for 30 days.
This would push the full Android release back to late September at the earliest.
Samsung will also try to entice Fortnite fans by offering V-Buck rewards to pre-order customers.
The report claims that Note 9 pre-order customers will receive free V-bucks worth between $100-$150.
The currency used in Fortnite, V-bucks can be traded for new skins, emotes and other items.
Pre-order customers with no interest in Fortnite will reportedly receive a set of wireless headphones.
The news comes just days after Fortnite celebrates its first birthday.
And to celebrate the anniversary, Epic Games has released a fresh set of Fortnite birthday challenges.
The Fortnite Birthday Challenges can be accessed from the same menu as the weekly, Road Trip and Drift challenges.
Challenges include playing a certain number of games, dealing damage to opponents and dancing at different birthday cakes.
Fans will be gifted with 5,000 XP for playing 14 matches, a Happy Birthday spray by dancing at ten cakes, and a birthday emoticon for dealing 1,000 damage to opponents.
Completing all three challenges unlocks the commemorative Birthday Cake Back Bling gift.