Fortnite can now be played on iPad and iPhone devices
Fortnite can now be played on iOS devices. Microsoft put an end to the dispute between Epic Games and Apple. The game will be playable via Xbox Cloud Gaming.
Microsoft has announced that it has made a new addition to its xCloud service library, or Xbox Cloud Gaming, where the Fortnite game can now be tried for free without any subscription with its cloud streaming feature.
Fortnite is the first free game to play on Xbox Cloud Gaming, but more games are on the way and you can try Epic Games via cloud streaming now via the Xbox website in the iOS, Android or Windows PC browser.
Playable via Xbox Cloud Gaming on Microsoft iOS devices
What is interesting is that iOS device owners can now enjoy Fortnite without any problems, especially since the game was removed from the App Store due to the conflict and court battle between Epic and Apple, Microsoft’s statement continued:
This is just the beginning for us, we will learn and apply the feedback we receive and look forward to bringing more free games to players with our cloud streaming feature when the time comes.
Microsoft also shared some statistics about Xbox Cloud Gaming with us, confirming that 10 million people have played with Xbox Cloud Gaming through Xbox Game Pass Ultimate so far, and also that people in 26 countries are using more than 6000 types of Xbox Cloud games.
Microsoft also stated that it is working with more than 125 developers to stream 350+ games via the Xbox Game Pass cloud streaming feature.