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The legal battle between Epic Games and Apple shocked Fortnite fans, and it resulted in the game being removed on Apple products. But there now appears to be a way to play the game on iPhones.
When Epic took issue with the commission Apple was taking from its products through its store, it resulted in one of the most high-profile legal battles of the year. Epic began releasing videos that fuelled claims that Apple was a monopoly, while Apple removed Epic apps from its stores.
There now seems to be a solution, but a legal battle is still set to continue.
Nvidia is expected to bring its GeForce offering to iOS users later this year, and the cloud gaming service is already allowing Mac users to play games like Fortnite. However, streaming games has still not been perfected, and it may lead to some player frustration.
The remote Nvidia GeForce servers constantly eceive and make sense of users’ commands, and this can lead to difficulties for players who need the game to react rapidly. A faulty connection or overburdened server could lead to a player losing a tight battle royale game.