Even if you are not a fan of Fortnite, or have an iPhone, it is almost impossible not to have heard a news story about the open war between Epic Games and Apple, which resulted in the disappearance of Fortnite from the iPhone and iPad. Now, another alternative has emerged so that iOS fans can return to playing Fortnite on their devices.
NVIDIA revealed that as of today, a web version of its cloud gaming service, GeForce Now, has become available. For now, it is still available in beta, but it already allows more than 5 million registered users to use the service in the Safari browser. present on the iPhone and iPad.
Thus, through GeForce Now, you will be able to play Fortnite again on your iPhone and iPad. Still with no dates revealed, the company revealed that they are also working on support for Google Chrome on the PC.
Fortnite returns to iOS, but not the perfect solution
Obviously this is good news, but it is certainly not the best solution to be able to play Fortnite on the iPhone, especially after the game has been available with native support for so long.
This NVIDIA implementation further highlights the great battle that Apple is waging with the world gaming. In addition to banning Fortnite from the App Store, the manufacturer has banned any and all cloud gaming platforms, for not complying with the App Store terms and conditions.
Basically, the terms and conditions state that the presence of applications that stream games is not allowed, closing the door to this new generation of services.
Despite some restrictions that would be expected simply because the service will run on the browser, NVIDIA GeForce Now on the iPhone will support the PS4, Xbox One controller and any other certificate for smartphones. However, they have yet to confirm compatibility with the new PS5 controller.
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