After several months of beta testing, Nvidia today Announced that popular battle royale game Fortnite is now available to everyone GeForce NOW subscribers via Safari on iOS, complete with on-screen touch controls and streamlined game menus.

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Fortnite has been unavailable to play on iPhone and iPad since Apple removed the game from the App Store in August 2020, after developer Epic Games added a direct payment option to the game in violation of App Store rules. However, the game can now be streamed on iOS via GeForce NOW or Microsoft’s Xbox Cloud Gaming.

MacRumors I tried Fortnite on iOS via GeForce NOW while it was in beta for those interested in a hands-on look at the gaming experience.

GeForce NOW is a cross-platform subscription-based service that allows users to stream hundreds of games on multiple devices. On iPhone, the service is only available on the web due to App Store rules. On the Mac, there is a GeForce NOW app available that was recently updated with native support for Apple silicon chips.

GeForce NOW offers a basic and limited membership option available for free, with upgraded membership levels starting at $9.99 per month.

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