How to play Fortnite for free on iPhone and iPad via GeForce NOW in Safari

You can now play Fortnite battle royale on iPhone and iPad through the Safari browser, as long as you subscribe to the Nvidia GeForce NOW gaming service.

  • After signing up for GeForce NOW, you can play Fortnite on your iPhone or iPad via Safari.
  • You don’t need to install anything. Game patches and updates are applied automatically, and new seasons and new modes are available instantly.
  • GeForce NOW is a game streaming service that provides game play over the internet, with games rendered on cloud PCs with Nvidia GPUs.

Nvidia now lets you use the GeForce NOW service through Safari on iOS.

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Nvidia announced on its  blog that Fortnite is now available to play on iPhone and iPad via Apple’s Safari browser and GeForce Now. You can start playing Fortnite on iOS right away. Check  out tips and tricks for playing Fortnite on mobile.

How to play Fortnite on iPhone and iPad with GeForce NOW

To play mobile-optimized Fortnite, simply go to your GeForce NOW profile and choose a subscription (there’s a free one).

  1. Sign up for GeForce NOW through your browser.
  2. Choose one of the plans, or stay free with 30-minute game session time limits, low queue priority, and no NVIDIA RTX technology.
  3. Go to  play.geforcenow.com  in Safari browser, search for Fortnite game to start playing.

If you want GeForce NOW to automatically log into Fortnite when you launch the game, you must link your Epic Games account in Settings → Connections. Keep in mind that you can play Fortnite for free on GeForce NOW, but your options will be limited, you will be disconnected from the server in just an hour and you will not have access to NVIDIA RTX technology.

What is GeForce NOW? How much is it?

To play without limits, you need to purchase a paid subscription . Nvidia provides 4 different plans for GeForce NOW: Premium, Premium 1 Day, Premium Week, Premium Night.

Paid plans have a 6-hour gaming session limit, a high priority queue for connecting to NOW, and support for NVIDIA RTX technology.

Nvidia launched GeForce Now  on February 5, 2020, introducing a large selection of games for macOS for the first time, as well as the ability to run games through Safari on iOS and iPadOS. The service’s catalog now offers over 1,300 quality games for streaming across multiple platforms, including games such as Fortnite, God of War, Dune: Spice Wars, Lost Ark, Deadcraft, Old World, Vampire: The Masquerade Swansong, Dolmen, and Trigon: Space Story and many others.

You can also download the GeForce Now client for your operating system from the Nvidia website .

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