It is an electronic game Back on iOS today…sort of. The popular battle royale game is no longer on the App Store (it’s been missing since Apple pulled the app from its storefront in August 2020), but iPhone and iPad owners can now stream It is an electronic game playable on their phones and tablets with Nvidia’s GeForce Now service, which opened a closed beta today to test the new streaming version of the game.
Nvidia and Epic Games are promising that Fortnite will return to iOS with GeForce Now running through the Safari web browser (the only way Apple currently allows game streaming services like GeForce Now, Stadia, xCloud or Luna to work on iOS) so far back in November 2020, when the service was first launched on Apple devices. But it seems that it took a long time to sort out the details.
It is an electronic game It was technically already available on GeForce Now for Android users, but this version of the game is a streaming version of the desktop version of It is an electronic game. The new version that Nvidia and Epic Games are considering as an experimental is optimized for mobile devices, with touchscreen controls and menus similar to the original iOS and Android versions of the game. (Nvidia warns that Android users who join the beta will do so Just To be able to run the new mobile version of It is an electronic game They will not be able to use the keyboard and mouse as they currently can.)
According to Nvidia, beta sign-ups begin today, with “select members” set to access later in January. The company says that It is an electronic game The trial version will be a “time-limited” operation but “we don’t have a specific timeline for how long it will take.” Anyone interested in trying out the new streaming version of Fortnite can sign up at Nvidia’s website, where free and paid GeForce Now customers get an “equal chance of a closed beta.”
Nvidia is the only game streaming service that Epic Games has partnered with It is an electronic game – As was revealed by a deposition in Apple/Epic trial last year, Epic intentionally does not allow Microsoft to file it It is an electronic game As part of the xCloud service, due to concerns that xCloud will rival Epic’s offerings for PC. flow It is an electronic game Through xCloud to iOS it would also require that Epic pay Microsoft a 30 percent fee for in-app purchases — similar in Epic’s eyes to Apple’s fee that led to the company’s lawsuit in the first place.
On the other hand, Nvidia’s GeForce Now serves as a conduit for the existing Epic storefront, which means that Epic Games won’t have to hand over a cent from any of the in-game purchases players make on the new streaming version of It is an electronic game By GeForce Now.
Epic and Nvidia aren’t saying how long the beta will last or when they expect a GeForce Now-streamed version of Fortnite to be widely available to all Android and iOS users. And while game streaming has improved by leaps and bounds in recent years, it’s hard to imagine that the streaming version will be a better solution in the long run than the original Fortnite app that was on the App Store. However, for Fortnite fans looking to get a quick spin on the go, GeForce Now is probably better than nothing.