How To Play Fortnite on iOS Mobile With GeForce NOW

Fortnite finally returns to iOS...kind of!

January 20, 2022

Fortnite fans shouldn’t get too excited just yet, as the massive Battle Royale by Epic Games still hasn’t technically returned to iOS devices officially. However, thanks to the new NVIDIA GeForce NOW service, it is possible to stream the title directly to your iPhone.

Many iOS users have been begging to see Fortnite return to their mobile devices ever since the game was pulled from the App Store in August of 2020. With no sign of the hit title returning to the App Store anytime soon, the new Nvidia GeForce NOW service is going to be the next best thing.

Here’s how you can register and play Fortnite on your iOS mobile device right now.

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What Is GeForce NOW?

GeForce NOW is a cloud-based streaming service from NVIDIA that aims to bring players a selection of their favourite games on almost any device. Users can stream their own games to other devices or play a selection of free-to-play games directly through the service.

More details can be found on the NVIDIA website.

How To Play Fortnite On iOS Mobile via GeForce NOW

If you want to have the opportunity to play Fortnite on your iOS mobile once again, you will need to follow the steps found below:

  • Login or create an NVIDIA account
  • Join the waitlist once registration is completed
  • Sign up to become a GeForce NOW member
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There are also a few important things to note when signing up to GeForce NOW to play Fortnite on iOS. The first is that the service is currently in a closed beta, this means you are not guaranteed to get access to Fortnite on your mobile device through the service.

As the closed beta is only accessible for a limited time, NVIDIA has stated that they are working with Epic Games to “develop an experience all Fortnite gamers and GeForce NOW members will enjoy”, with more details coming at a later date.

Finally, when signing up to become a GeForce NOW member, players can select between the free or priority plan, but users DO NOT have to pay anything to get into the closed beta.

For more details make sure to visit the FAQ on the official NVIDIA website.

Kyle Knight

Kyle (He/Him) is a Film and TV graduate from Coventry. He's a PC enthusiast with a not so enthusiastic PC and is all about triple-A titles!

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