That's not uncommon for top mobile titles, but it is for a game as new to mobile as Fortnite, which just landed on the App Store within the past week. "If you have feedback regarding this, please let us know". That would help to even the playing field, and make it more likely for mobile players to get a win in Battle Royale.
It's possible that the development team are holding off for more details about the next big Android update, titled Android P, when full details about the upcoming operative system at Google IO next month.
According to Sensor Tower, Fortnite on mobile has managed to bring in over $1.5 million worldwide so far.
Fortnite Battle Royale has recently made the leap onto mobile platforms.
It seems that the mobile version of Fortnite is a success since it only took 3 days for players to spend, together, more than $1 million of in-app purchases within the application.
This means just about third of the revenue that Pokemon Go has earned in its first four days, which equated to about $5 million - it's a lot of money from a lot of eager players who wanted to kit out their characters in one of the most popular battle royale games now out there.
Not bad, especially when you consider it has been released as "invite only" and not released to the wider public. The countdown to shrink time begins as soon as the match starts.
The best part is that one actually gets to try on some fancy weapons in the game and they obviously are game's rarest and best guns.
Not only is Fortnite making huge inroads in the PC / console market, but it's racking up some unbelievable numbers on mobile as well.
Current players wishing to invite their friends can access a new "Friend Invite" button when they log into the game.