Fortnite will make a return, of sorts, to iOS devices thanks to the launch of the Nvidia GeForce Now cloud gaming service.
Nvidia today announced the the launch of the GeForce Now platform in beta as a web app for Apple’s Safari mobile web browser. The launch comes as a web app in order to bypass Apple’s App Store restrictions on cloud gaming platforms, while avoiding giving Apple a 30% cut of any proceeds.
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