How to play ‘Fortnite’ on split-screen – play with a friend on the same screen

Fortnite is a fantastic game to enjoy with friends since it is free to play and relatively simple to learn. There are various modes to select from, whether you want to create or simply play a battle royale shooter. According to a recent report, if gamers so desire, they can even play split-screen. This mode will allow two players to switch between modes while sharing the same screen.


It is quite easy to set up the split screen mode in Fortnite for those who know how to do it. If you don't, do not worry, we will give you a step-by-step guide on how to set it up. All you need is an Xbox or PlayStation and two controllers. At the moment, the split screen mode is not available for PC users. In addition, Nintendo Switch and mobile gamers can not also use this mode.

Below, there is a guide on how to play split screen in Fortnite and some info on the available modes

How to play split-screen in Fortnite

On PlayStation and Xbox consoles, you may play Fortnite Battle Royale Duos and Squads in split-screen mode. According to the Epic support page for the game, here's how to start a split-screen session:

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  1. Launch Fortnite and navigate to the Main Menu.
  2. Check that both controllers are active and linked to the console then turn on the power.
  3. After connecting both controllers, the first player must invite the second player to select their account.
  4. The second player will appear in the lobby once they have signed into their account, and split-screen mode will be active immediately after the game starts.

For this mode to work, both players must use the same primary language. You will also require a reliable internet connection. The split-screen session will cease if one of the players disconnects at any moment.


That's how to play Fortnite split-screen. While the Fortnite season 4 chapter 1 will end on March 1oth, season 4 chapter 2 will likely start on March 10th or 11th. In other news, has argued to the UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) that its Game Pass subscription service hurts direct sales of titles in its catalogue.


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