While Apple hasn’t yet released its epic hit game back to the App Store, there’s a way for Fortnite to spin on iOS for a short time.
For about a year and a half, since August 2020, Epic hasn’t reached an extremely important market for iOS users with Fortnite, thanks to their rebellion against the financial design of the App Store. Although last September, a verdict was handed down in a lawsuit stemming from the conflict appealed by both parties, so those who play on iPhones, for example, are still left without the popular battle royale. Now, with an alternative solution, they can also board the battle bus.
The operators of GeForce Now are running an exciting beta test, in which Fortnite can also be played through the service, which is a dedicated application on Android and the Safari browser on iOS.
Through beta, Nvidia wants to try two things about its streaming service, how much player their servers can handle, and how well their touchscreen control solution works. And there would be few better candidates for this than Fortnite, and given the amazing popularity of battle royale, it’s no surprise that you must subscribe to the queue for someone who wants to take part in the test.
It also helps Nvidia let the expected few interested people go to the GeForce Now servers in waves, not all at once. In addition to the beta of Fortnite, four new games were added to the streaming service on Thursday, as follows.
- The Anacrusis (new release, available January 13)
- Supraland Six Inches Under (New release, available from January 14)
- Galactic Civilizations 3 (free at Epic Games Store, January 13-20)
- Ready or Not (Steam)
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Source: PC World Online Hírek by www.gamestar.hu.
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