'Fort Knight' is back on iPhone, or NVIDIA's cloud gaming service 'GeForce NOW' is compatible with Safari

by Whelsko

It was reported that the cloud gaming service ' GeForce NOW ' by American semiconductor maker NVIDIA will support Safari, the browser installed in iOS products such as the iPhone. Along with this, there is widespread belief that the popular Battle Royale game ' Fort Knight ', which had been unplayable on the iPhone, will be able to be played again through GeForce NOW.

Fortnite to return to Apple devices via Nvidia cloud gaming service: BBC | Reuters

Fortnite may be playable on iOS again through Nvidia's GeForce Now --The Verge

Fortnite is a battle royale game that is so popular that the cumulative number of registered players has exceeded 350 million, and it is also described as 'the most influential game '. However, Fortnite has been removed from the App Store due to a clash between the two companies following the suit against Apple by Fortnite developer Epic Games in August 2020. As a result, it continues to be impossible to newly install Fortnite or update to the latest series on terminals such as iPhone and iPad.

Official announcement that the latest series of 'Fort Knight' can not be played on iPhone --GIGAZINE

Meanwhile, the British public broadcaster BBC reported on November 6, 2020, 'NVIDIA has developed the Safari version of GeForce NOW.' GeForce NOW has been deployed on Windows, Mac, Chromebook, and Android so far, but by supporting Safari installed in iOS, GeForce NOW will be available on iPhone in the future. Along with this, Fort Knight, which is already provided by GeForce NOW on PC, Mac, Android, etc., is expected to be playable from iPhone.

According to BBC reports, the Safari version of GeForce NOW will appear 'before winter vacation.' 'NVIDIA is expected to announce an update to Apple's GeForce NOW service for iOS in late November,' Reuters reported.

An NVIDIA spokeswoman told the BBC, 'We have not commented on new clients entering the service or offering games on unannounced or undisclosed platforms,' a formal comment. I refused. Epic Games also declined to comment.

The IT news site The Verge said about the Safari version of GeForce NOW, 'It may be possible to play Fortnite on the iPhone, but it is possible to do so with the complicated condition of introducing NVIDIA's streaming service on the iPhone. Only those who can clear it. In this case, Fortnite will be delivered from NVIDIA, so the graphics will improve. However, there is no guarantee that Fortnite via the browser will behave like an app, and problems such as latency will occur. You may face it. '

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