Fortnite is back soon on iPhone 18 months after Apple originally deleted it due to a legal dispute with Epic Games. The game is not available through the App Store, but rather through “the NVIDIA GeForce NOW” streaming service, which runs on the Safari mobile browser.
Fortnite is back soon on iPhones thanks to Nvidia’s GeForce NOW Service
According to the British tabloid “Daily Mail,” it will also be accessible on Android, since it will be released as a restricted beta version with a limited number of users on both systems.
Also, to play Fortnite on mobile, users will need to have an active NVIDIA GeForce NOW account. The closed, limited-run beta has been opened to applicants, with queued users added in waves over the coming weeks, to test a range of functionality, including server loading, touch controls and graphic quality.
Fortnite is one of the most popular games in the world, but it was removed from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store in 2020 due to an argument between the tech giants and Epic over the use of third-party payment options.
The free-to-play cross-platform game is earned through subscriptions and in-game purchases.
Epic has added a new payment option, allowing users to purchase in-game items directly from them instead of using Apple and Google’s payment systems.
Epic sued Apple over third-party payment system limitations, and after a public trial, the court decided in part against Apple, stating the firm could not block developers from inserting their programmes, metadata buttons, external links, or other invites. Which encourages clients to act and guides them to purchase procedures.