Nvidia’s cloud gaming service, GeForce Now, is getting native support for Macs with Apple silicon (M1) chips in the current app update, the company said Thursday.
Fortnite returns to iPhone and iPad, thanks to Nvidia
Fortnite is returning to iPhone and iPad — but you won’t find it in the App Store. Starting next week, the hit battle royale game will be available to stream through Nvidia’s GeForce now, complete with brand-new touch controls.
Players will initially have to sign up to join the closed beta, which requires an active GeForce Now membership, designed to help Nvidia test server capacity and performance. But Fortnite eventually will roll out to all GeForce Now subscribers.
The move is somewhat of a kick in the teeth for Apple, which has been determined to block Fortnite on its own platforms since it booted Epic Games, the game’s creator, from the App Store for breaking the rules.
Experts say Apple is missing out on the cloud gaming boom
Apple is missing out on another major revenue stream by ignoring cloud gaming services, according to market experts.
While rivals like Amazon, Nvidia and Microsoft are reaping the rewards of a gaming industry boom that’s only expected to get bigger, Apple is leaving money on the table. But there is a simple way it could enjoy a piece of the pie.
GeForce Now comes to Safari on iOS, Fortnite on the way
GeForce Now, the online game streaming service from Nvidia, is now available in Safari on iOS. You can use it to play a whole host of controller-compatible PC games (more than 750) in 1080p.
Nvidia says that Fortnite, which is currently banned from the App Store, is on the way.
Nvidia cloud gaming could bring Fortnite back to iPhone
The latest version of Fortnite could come back to iPhone. But it won‘t be in the App Store. Instead, a version of the Nvidia GeForce Now cloud gaming service is reportedly headed for Apple handsets and tablets, and that’ll bring a huge library of games… including Fortnite.
GeForce Now will stream Cyberpunk 2077 to your Mac on launch day
Cyberpunk 2077 from CD Projekt Red is one of the most anticipated games of 2020, and thanks to Nvidia GeForce Now, you’ll be able to play it on your Mac the same day it launches.
Nvidia GeForce Now magically makes your Mac a beefy gaming PC [Review]
Nvidia GeForce Now is ready to stream the latest PC games to your Mac. It sells us a dream that sounds too good to be true, a future that macOS fans gave up wishing for a long time ago. And most importantly, it actually delivers it.
I’ve been playing games on GeForce Now for several days (I love my job!) so that I can tell you whether it’s worth your hard-earned cash. And although I’ve run into a few teething troubles that I can’t ignore, I’ve been blown away by what it can do.