As human life stands on numerous pillars, being accommodating comes almost natural to us. This quality, in fact, allows us to diversify our experiences over time and become more complete. Now, when you are looking to scale up in such a methodical yet significant manner, it’s important for you to have certain reference points along the way. An incentive for having these reference points is that they can guide you through some tough periods, thus ensuring continuous progression under all circumstances. If we are to assess the practical iterations of these reference points, what we’ll encounter at first would be huge volume and variety, and yet none of those representations have got anything on technology’s impact. Technology’s bid to become a reference point, like us, is constructed on a distributed foundation. The creation’s ability to cater different needs is actually a huge reason behind its success. By using the said ability, it has successfully ventured into certain unimaginable territories, with one of technology’s more lucrative forays appearing within our gaming industry. The gaming industry’s stature in today’s global market is the one of high regard. This is the case due to sector’s unbelievably quick growth over the recent past. Despite all the challenges, the gaming landscape is still somehow finding ways to get better every day. In fact, a recent change does a lot to inspire it towards something much brighter.
After a long sabbatical, popular game, Fortnite is back on iOS devices, but not in the way you think. Rather than the usual front door entry of becoming available on the App Store, Fortnite will be accessible through Nvidia’s GeForce Now streaming service. The move exploits a noticeable loophole in Apple’s otherwise stringent policies regarding streaming services. As Apple doesn’t support the standard streaming function, many services like GeForce Now, Stadia, xCloud, and Luna have taken up to using Safari browser for catering their iOS users’ demand. Fortnite’s return to iOS also comes at the perfect moment, as Nvidia and Epic Games are currently testing a mobile optimized version of the game. Up until now, even though the game was available on Android devices, it was always just a streamed copy of the PC version, so we guess Apple users shouldn’t be too bummed about being a little late to the party.
At present, Nvidia is extending the beta version of Fortnite mobile to a few selected members. The company hasn’t set a timeline on how long the testing runs will last, but it did reassure that both paid and free GeForce Now customers will have an “equal chance at the closed beta.”