Fortnite is likely to be relaunched to iPhones and iPads later this year. However, this return won’t be like something you’re expecting, there is a change regarding the fact that Fortnite is to be played on Nividia’s cloud server GeForce Now. The service has not officially been announced to be compatible with Apple yet but the BBC has made clear that a declaration is expected before the end of this year in light of the new advancements.
GeForce will now be running inside the web browser ‘Safari’ rather than being operated as a standard app, due to Apple’s barriers to game streaming services. The operation will allow you to launch your game library to any of your devices that otherwise may have not run them sufficiently. An advanced “Founders” plan is currently offered abroad for about 5.48 euros per month, furthermore, there is another free plan that allows you to play games but for a limited time.
Microsoft reached out after Apple refused to support the iCloud service on iOS. Apple stated that “developers can choose to reach all iOS users over the web via The web browser ‘Safari’ and other browsers in the App Store”, and gave a permit for a similar solution. Apple had also upgraded the developer guides with certain rules that cloud gaming services can be followed to reach iOS players, including individual game submissions, etc. However, Microsoft still called Apple’s inconsistent step “a bad experience for consumers”. Microsoft recently stated that it has plans to bring iCloud to iOS next year through Safari.