As of May 2020, Fortnite is gathering 350 million players worldwide. Under such circumstances, it would be a shame for the game to not be available for iPhones and iPads. For over a year, Fortnite isn’t available for Apple’s App Store. But this will soon change due to a little gimmick.
According to Engadget.com, Fortnite will return to iPhones through NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service GeForce NOW. NVIDIA and Epic Games teamed up to make it possible.
A closed beta will start this week
There’s a limited-time closed beta starting this week. Over the next several weeks, you can register and take advantage without even the need of paying for a GeForce NOW membership. If you’re lucky enough, you’ll get to enjoy Fortnite via Safari on iPhones or the GeForce NOW app via Android devices.
Here’s what Epic Games has to say about Fortnite:
Fortnite is the free, always evolving, multiplayer game where you and your friends battle to be the last one standing or collaborate to create your dream Fortnite world. Play both Battle Royale and Fortnite Creative for FREE. Download now and jump into the action. This download also gives you a path to purchase the Save the World co-op PvE campaign.
When the battle royale genre came into the gaming world, the fans went wild with excitement. How can you not be thrilled, as a gamer, by the idea of engaging in a battle royale with your friends? In such a mode, everybody attacks everybody, and the one who wins is the last guy standing. Two or more players can even attack a single player. Sure, such an act would be cowardly, you might say. But let’s not forget that in love and in war, everything is allowed.