GeForce NOW Is Now Bringing ‘Fortnite’ to Android and iOS in Closed Beta

  • Ricardo Olmeca
  • Jan 18, 2022
GeForce NOW Is Now Bringing ‘Fortnite’ to Android and iOS in Closed Beta

Fortnite will soon be available on GeForce NOW in a limited-time closed beta on iOS (via Safari). Anyone who is subscribed to GeForce NOW can register to play this beta and test the new touch controls, graphics quality, and server stability.

GeForce NOW is a revolutionary service that can turn any device into a gaming PC. In the past, you could subscribe to this service and turn your old PC into a top-of-the-line gaming rig. The only downside is that your games would run with a bit of latency since your PC has to send and receive lots of data via the internet for this technology to work. Nowadays, this technology can be used not just by using your PC but also your mobile devices!

The new version of Fortnite for mobile devices will have improved touch controls since in the past you could only play such games using a special gamepad. The team of GeForce NOW has introduced the new touch controls to make Fortnite more accessible for mobile users who do not have a gamepad.

If you’re a GeForce NOW member, you can already register for a chance to be a part of the closed beta team. And even if you aren’t registered yet, you can do so right now and still be eligible to participate in the closed beta. When participating in closed beta, you can even use the free version of this service. It is basically a demo version since the queue times are pretty long and you can only play for 30 minutes at a time.

If, however, you sign up for the RTX 3080 membership, you’ll get priority access and your gaming sessions can be up to 6 hours long. Alternatively, you can sign up for the “Play at Night” option, which is 60% cheaper than the regular subscription, but you can only use it during night and morning hours.

Are you excited to play Fortnite on your mobile phone? Do you own a gamepad or do you use your touchscreen to play? Have you ever used GeForce NOW? Tell us all about it in the comment section.

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