“Fortress Night” returns to iOS and can be played directly through Nvidia’s GeForce Now technology browser

"Fortress Night" returns to iOS and can be played directly through Nvidia's GeForce Now technology browser

Nvidia’s streaming game service GeForce Now officially passed the test on the Safari browser today and can bring a large number of games such as “Fortnite” to Apple On iOS devices.

This feature requires a Safari integration (functional integration version) browser, and users can get it through the test channel at the same time. Nvidia said that many games in GeForce Now can be run on iOS devices, but games that require keyboard and mouse operation are not available. To this end, Nvidia provides a list of recommended peripheralsthat can be combined with mobile phones to play more games.

According to Naijatechnews, Nvidia is working with Epic Games to launch a “Fortress Night” that is easier to operate through touch. This version has not yet been launched. Earlier articles from IT House:Analyzing the “Fortress Night” dispute  report, because it is unwilling to pay Apple up to 30% of the share, Apple decided to remove the game “Fortress Night” that was previously popular on iOS devices. During this period, Epic and Apple launched multiple rounds of legal proceedings.

By playing games on GeForce NOW, users can enjoy 60fps, 1080P images through high-speed networks, and thanks to the computing power of the cloud server, the image quality is expected to be improved compared to the local end.

GeForce Now can be accessed on iPhone or iPad via Safari by visiting the GeForce Now website. The price of the service is: Founder Membership is 4.99 USD per month, and the 6-month subscription price is 24.95 USD.

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