Fortnite will soon play on iOS again. No, the app is just that does not return to the AppStore, because both companies continue to have a protracted money lawsuit. Fortnite fights the openness of the iOS platform and “tithes” for Apple for in-app purchases, while the other is defending the security of the ecosystem and is primarily concerned with money, of course. Even so, Fortnite returns to iOS, thanks to the streaming service GeForce Now.
Nvidia has opened a pre-registration for all GeForce Now members, in which you can play a streamed version of Fortnite in a time-limited closed beta. You will need iOS Safari web browser, for Android you can do with a mobile application GeForce Now. Nvidia adds that this is a new version of the game, which is adapted for pure touch control. So when playing the cloud you won’t need a gamepad, mouse or keyboard.
If you want to play streaming Fortnite on your mobile, you will first need a stable internet connection. You must then log in on this website and add to the “waitlist”. Nvidia adds that Free and Priority account holders have a chance to be invited to a closed beta exactly the same.
GeForce Now Video Introduction:
Source Nvidia Blog