Fortnite on mobile devices is about to get a lot better thanks to Nvidia GeForce Now, which is introducing touch controls for the popular game on both Android and iOS.

With full touchscreen capabilities, Fortnite on GeForce Now is now available for Android and iOS. Players on iOS can stream using Safari, while Android users can access controls through the GeForce Now app.

In order to provide mobile gamers with the Fortnite experience, Epic Games and Epic Games worked together to implement touch controls. Fortnite was, of course, previously officially accessible through the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, but Epic’s disputes with each company led to the game’s removal from both stores, effectively barring it for iOS users for a spell and forcing Android players to sideload the game.

You may play Fortnite by signing up for GeForce Now and connecting your Epic Games account. No queue exists; simply sign up and begin playing.

Although Fortnite is streamed through the cloud via GeForce Now, game is still completely free to play. One hour of continuous gameplay is supported in GeForce Now’s free tier. The further offers a $10/month Priority tier of the service grants access to ray-tracing graphics, six-hour sessions, and fewer waitlists. Finally, the RTX 3080 tier, which costs $20 a month, supports 120 frames per second gameplay on compatible devices and allows for sessions of eight hours.

Over 500,000 people supposedly participated in the limited beta of Fortnite with touch controls that Nvidia and Epic Games first revealed earlier this year. Those who took part in the beta will receive a complimentary three-day Priority membership, or if you already have a subscription, an upgrade to the RTX 3080 tier for the same time frame. Within the coming days, emails will be sent on that.

Notably, Microsoft earlier this month also made Fortnite available for free on the Xbox game streaming service.
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