It’s been over a year since Apple ditched the popular battle royale game Fortnite because of the in-game purchase policy. Since then, the battle has been going on, and fans are still waiting to play Fortnite back on iOS devices.
Luckily, we have received good news for this famous game lover: Epic games making an unofficial landing on iOS. Yes, you heard it is right. Currently, Epic Games is testing the closed beta on Nvidia’s GeForce Now service to bring back Fortnite on iOS.
With the help of Nvidia’s GeForce Now service, the user will be able to enjoy the touchscreen-friendly version of Fortnite via Apple’s Safari browser on both iPhone and iPad. After the ban of Fortnite from the App Store in August 2020, it will be the first that users will be able to play Fortnite on iPhone and iPad.
Fortune GeForce Now iOS release date
A couple of days ago, Nvidia made the official announcement about working with Epic Games to bring Fortnite to GeForce Now for iPhone and iPad. With the help of the Safari browser, users will access the GeForce Now app and enjoy a limited time closed beta for iOS to play Fortnite. It will be fun to play a touchscreen optimised version of Fortnite. The release date of Fortnite on GeForce closed beta is yet to reveal.
Users with or without GeForce Now Free and Priority accounts will equally be capable of testing the closed beta version of Fortnite touchscreen on iOS. Nvidia has not announced any time duration of closed beta and the release of this Fortnite touch-friendly version for iOS.
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