The “fight” between Epic Games and Apple is ongoing after the lawsuit that the Apple company received last August for removing the game Fortnite from the App Store. It cost Epic Games a lot of money.
Apple and Android they eliminated this famous game from their respective app stores after updating the app, including a direct payments function to avoid the integrated purchasing system that provides a percentage of revenue to businesses.
They will launch it through another app
NVIDIA CEO has confirmed that October will be the release date from Fortnite on your GeForce NOW gaming platform:
“With the amazing team at Epic Games, we are working to enable a touch version of Fortnite, which will delay the availability of the game. While the GeForce NOW library is best experienced on mobile devices with a controller, touch is find out how over 100 million Fortnite players built, fought and danced on Victory Royale.
To which he added:
“We look forward to delivering a Fortnite mobile cloud streaming experience powered by GeForce NOW. Members can search for the game on iOS Safari in the near future.
What is GeForce NOW?
It is a platform of cloud games from NVIDIA, which offers its own gaming service, but something different from the rest. There is a free games plan, which Fortnite would be built into, and another payment plan for $ 4.99 per month (or $ 25 for 6 months).
GeForce Now released its beta version for iOS Safari in November 2020, since Apple does not allow these types of cloud gaming apps like Google Stadia or Microsoft xCloud in its App Store.
With everything GeForce NOW would be the first official platform by allowing iOS users to play Fortnite on their devices. We’ll see how it all ends and if the famous Battle Royale game returns to mobile devices.