After weeks of rumor-mongering, developer Epic Games officially confirmed some speculations about the upcoming Android mobile version of “Fortnite.” The exceedingly popular battle royale game is playable on Android as of Thursday, but in an incomplete capacity and only on certain phones that run the massive mobile operating system.

Epic announced on Thursday that the unfinished beta version of “Fortnite” will start rolling out on select Android devices immediately. For at least a few days, the beta will only be available on a litany of Samsung devices. That list includes everything in the S7, S8, and S9 product lines, as well as the Note 8 and Tab 3.

According to Epic, anyone who buys the newest Samsung mobile devices, the Note 9 and the Tab S4, will get an exclusive in-game costume for their efforts. As rumors suggested, the game will not be downloadable from the Google Play Store. Android players can get in on the action by going to an official game website and finding directions there.

There were also rumors of Samsung exclusivity prior to Thursday’s announcement, but those were only half-true. It was believed for a couple of weeks that the Android version of “Fortnite” would only be available on the Galaxy Note 9 for 30 days. Instead, as mentioned above, it will only be on a wide range of Samsung devices for a few days.

Once the period of Samsung exclusivity ends, Epic promised support for several other phones that run Android. That will include Google’s Pixel line, as well as phones from Huawei, LG, and ZTE.

ninja 'Fortnite' is now playable on Android. Gamers 'Ninja' and 'Marshmello' walk onstage during the Epic Games Fortnite E3 Tournament at the Banc of California Stadium on June 12, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Bringing “Fortnite” to Android was likely an easy decision for Epic. Across all platforms, “Fortnite” has made more than $1 billion from in-game purchases of cosmetic items like costumes. The mobile version, which was only available on iOS until now, generates at least $2 million in revenue per day.

While iOS is massive, Android’s market share worldwide is significantly larger. It is the most popular mobile operating system in the world by a wide margin.