Back Fortnite to iPhones and iPads. And not thanks to an agreement between Epiceno Games and Apple, who continue their war of interests, but through a back door. A door called Xbox Cloud Gaming.
So if you have a Microsoft account, you'll be able to play Fortnite on your Apple devices, just like any other game that's available on Xbox CloudGaming. The funny thing is that said game is free on the platform, and to get a Microsoft account, too. I don't think this news has gone down very well in Cupertino, really, since they can't do anything to prevent it.
Apple has to be pretty upset with Microsoft. More than anything because the owner of the Xbox has included the famous game of Fortnite in his catalog of games on his streaming video game platform Xbox Cloud Gaming, and on top of that it's free. And those of Cupertino cannot do anything to avoid it.
It's like Netflix add to its catalog of films one that, for example, speaks bad Steve Jobs. It could be seen on Apple devices, through the Netflix application, and in Cupertino they could not do anything to prevent it. It's that simple.
So to be able to play Fortnite from your iPhone o iPad, you do not even need to install an Xbox application, since you can access Xbox Cloud Gaming through your browser and with a free Microsoft account you can access the platform and play Fortnite, which is free. If you want to play another game, you will have to subscribe to it.
Apple will not allow Fortnite to return to the App Store at the moment while its legal battle with epic Games It's still ongoing, so streaming is the only way to access the popular battle royale game on iOS devices. On the other popular gaming platform, GeForce Now, Fortnite is currently in closed beta, so it will soon be released for all users. In Cupertino they must be that trill with the subject.