Through NVIDIA Cloud Games, iOS users will be able to replay “Fortress Night”

Nvidia (Nvidia) GeForce Now the cloud gaming provider, Epic Games will soon be able to play again on the company’s “fortress night” (Fortnite) title for Apple’s iPhone and iPad users.

Friday, November 6, 2020, 1:30 GMT

The British BBC media announced that Nvidia had created an improved version of the cloud game GeForce Now. This service can be used by Fortnite players on the mobile web browser Safari on iOS. Nvidia is scheduled later this month to announce an update to its GeForce Now service and support Apple’s iOS.Nvidia (Nvidia) GeForce Now the cloud gaming provider, Epic Games will soon be able to play again on the company’s “fortress night” (Fortnite) title for Apple’s iPhone and iPad users.

The British BBC media announced that Nvidia had created an improved version of the cloud game GeForce Now. This service can be used by Fortnite players on the mobile web browser Safari on iOS. Nvidia is scheduled later this month to announce an update to its GeForce Now service and support Apple’s iOS.

Apple did not respond immediately to a request for comment from the media in response to the above reports, although Epic Games refused to comment.

Nvidia confirmed that it would not comment on any of the service’s current users and does not comment on the launch of any service-based games or on the availability of systems that have not been launched yet.

Epic Games, the maker of the successful game Fortnite, failed to comply with Apple’s in-app payments regulations on August 28. Its App Store developer account has been closed by Apple. They deleted the Apple App Store. Subsequently, Epic Games filed a lawsuit in the court, asking the court to stop Apple’s actions, but the US District Court that accepted the case rejected this request.

The litigation documents submitted by the two companies show that there are 116 million iOS users of “Fortress Night”. Apple does not allow games or other apps from other app stores to be loaded onto Apple’s mobile phones or tablets, unlike Android. But Apple does not restrict third-party services available through its app store that use Safari and web browsers.

Amazon’s Luna cloud game service and Google’s Stadia cloud game service do not support “Fortress Night.” It is said that Microsoft’s xCloud service is developing a version for Safari, but it is not clear when this version will be launched.