Fortnite was famously booted from the App Store and Google Play Store a few years ago when Epic Games intentionally flouted Apple and Google’s rules in order to kick off a legal challenge. While it’s still fairly easy to install Fortnite on an Android phone by sideloading it, the game has only recently returned to iOS… thanks to game streaming.

Earlier this month Microsoft and Epic announced that you could stream Fortnite to an iPhone or just about any other device with a web browser thanks to Xbox Cloud Gaming. Now NVIDIA has announced that it’s GeForce NOW game streaming service also supports Fortnite, presenting another option for streaming the game to iPhones, iPads, and other devices.

In other recent tech news from around the web, Android 13 will be adding native support for braille displays, despite having a 10.1 inch display, the upcoming GPD Win Max 2 isn’t all that large by mini-laptop standards, and new phones from OnePlus and Motorola.

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  1. Well, iirc Fortnite has been available on GeForce since it came out of Beta at least, I’ve seen it advertised for ages among the free games on my Shield in the GeForce Now section.

    I’m guessing this was more of a pseudo-announcement where they draw people’s attention to something that is technically very old news.