GeForce Now, subscriptions for which range from free to $200 a year for the premium tier, lets users stream games they already own to PCs, tablets, and smartphones. It’s one way to make blockbuster PC games portable, or to play them on rigs with beefier specs than the ones people already have at home. In Fortnite’s case, GeForce Now subscribers will soon be able to stream the shooter to iOS devices and play it using touch controls via Apple’s Safari. The browser workaround is one way companies like Microsoft have been able to get their game streaming platforms on iPhones despite Apple’s ban on allowing them inside its App Store. Now its bringing back the game that kicked off a massive, messy, year-long legal battle that’s still raging to this day.
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