Missing playing Fortnite on iPhone? If so, we have good news for you. Fortnite is back on iOS, but not through the App Store. Instead, Nvidia is doing just that, bringing the popular Battle Royale game to the mobile platform.
Next week, Nvidia will launch a closed beta for a limited time to allow mobile gamers to play Fortnite with built-in touch support via GeForce Now. iOS users will be allowed to play Battle Royale Epic Games via the Safari web browser, while Android users can do so through the GeForce Now Android app.
For Android users, this news may be just an app. An alternative way to play Fortnite. However, iOS users have been banned from the game since Apple removed Battle Royale from the App Store in August 2020. The lawsuit was settled out of court in most cases, but Epic has appealed. Meanwhile, Fortnite can't be found anywhere in the App Store, with Apple refusing to add Battle Royale until all orders have been completed, which could take up to five years. p>
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In addition to Fortnite, Nvidia has added other games to its cloud gaming service, including Anacrusis, Supraland Six Inch Under., and Galactic Civilizations 3 Ready or Not.p>