The Epic vs. Apple case has revealed that a touch-optimized version of Fortnite would return to Apple's platforms in October as a new release on the game streaming service GeForce Now.
Graphics giant Nvidia today launched Safari integration in its GeForce NOW game-streaming service, allowing iPhone and iPad customers to play titles like upcoming Fortnite and other resource-intensive PC games on the iOS platform without requiring an entire game install.
GPU giant Nvidia brought its cloud-gaming service, dubbed GeForce, to the Mac back in February. And now, the company is reportedly expected to announce a web-based version of GeForce for iOS before year-end, with Fortnite as one of the launch titles.
Luna, Amazon's new cloud-based gaming service, is available starting today across a variety of platforms to a small set of users in the United States as part of an early access test.
Several online game-streaming services, including Nvidia's GeForce Now, Sony's PS Now, Microsoft's xCloud and Google's Stadia, are currently unable to reach iPhone and iPad customers because Apple's rules are making it impossible to get their apps on the App Store.