Rejoice, iOS users! Fortnite is back via GeForce Now
In August, Apple removed Fortnight from the App Store due to Epic Games’ attempt to circumvent the app’s payment system. As its counterpart, the highly successful Battle Royale game has not been available on iPhones and iPads in recent months, but still. GeForce Now, Nvidia’s cloud gaming service, has been updated to support streaming via Safari, Apple’s web browser.
GeForce Now differs from other streaming services such as Microsoft’s xCloud and Amazon Luna by allowing players to use their own games. By using your Steam library, you can access your cloud savings from anywhere and play more of your library. Using the free core layer of GeForce Now, you can play Fortnight for up to an hour at a time on your iPhone or iPad.
Apple has had a hard time transporting games from cloud services. Microsoft wanted to offer their xCloud service on iOS devices, but Apple wanted to offer each game as a separate app instead of a single xCloud app.
Amazon Luna overcame this whole argument by creating a web application that could be accessed through any web browser. This system is unstoppable for Apple and makes it a solution for any streaming service it has.
Do not let anything slow you down. Bring GeForce PC Gaming Power to any device. 👊
To the end of the PS Watch. 😉 pic.twitter.com/42yqmds8Mg
– 🌩️ NVIDIA GeForce NOW (VNVIDIAGFN) July 27, 2020
Go to our list of the best iOS and Android controllers to find exactly which pad is best for you. If GeForce Now doesn’t cut it for you, don’t worry. We have a list of the best games like Fortnight on iOS, which will allow you to compete against other players on a huge battlefield.
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