How to get Fortnite in blocked Wifi?

How to get Fortnite in blocked Wifi?

 

Though Fortnite launched on iPhone mobile just weeks ago, it has captured the attention of numerous game lovers around the world. The mobile version makes it possible for gamers to play on smartphones and tablets.  It appears some are so addicted to it that they are not only playing at home but also at schools or workplaces. This has been driving some people mad, thus lots of schools/universities/workplaces had the game, as well as other social media, blocked Fortnite in their Wifi networks.

Of course, students use the Internet to study, but they use it for plenty of other things too, like accessing their social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and the like, online gaming (everyone needs to chill out once in a while, right? ). So the block can be hugely inconvenient for students especially that they live on campus.

Thus we provide a simple and pretty straightforward solution to bypass the restrictions. If you want to gain access to the full Internet in restricted networks, you can by following a few steps.

1.Download and install a trustworthy VPN to your devices.

A VPN encrypts your web traffic through its own secure servers and thus, your activity is totally anonymous. So your activity cannot be blocked by restricted wifi.

 I recommend X-VPN here. You can get it by clicking the link here:

Download X-VPN

2.Open the VPN app and choose the server you need, then click the ‘connect’.

You will be connected to ‘the Fastest server’ by default. Or if you would like to change, choose the one you need. Also feel free to get the fullest service by starting the 7-day free trial. No payment needed;

3.Now launce Fortnite on your device. It should open without blocking and you are all set to play!

By the way, it is not just Fortnite that X-VPN unblocks. You can gain access to any game, social network, or video streaming site (and even US Netflix) that’s been blocked by your school or office.

But a kindly reminder, do remember what Mr.Hillman said, ‘stop playing in class 🙂 .’

– Squad!

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