Starting this This Week on GFN, Fortnite on GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA with touch controls on mobile is available to all members, streaming through the Safari web browser on iOS and the GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA Android app.
The full launch — including the removal of the waitlist — follows a successful beta where more than 500,000 participants streamed over four million sessions to hundreds of different mobile device types.
The closed beta gave us an opportunity to test and learn a tremendous amount. It provided an opportunity to optimize on-screen touch controls and game menus, so that gameplay feels intuitive. The end result is a touch experience that gamers will enjoy.
These improvements wouldn’t have been possible without the millions of sessions streamed by beta participants.
Streaming ‘Fortnite’ on GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA
GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA provides millions of gamers the opportunity to stream their favorite PC games — like Fortnite — to nearly any device. Games render on PCs in the cloud with high-performance RTX GPUs and deliver gameplay back to those devices in a fraction of a second.
Getting started is easy. Visit our membership page and choose from one of three levels of performance. After sign-up, download native GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA game streaming apps for PC, Mac, Android or TV, or start streaming right away from play.geforcenow.com.
Members can link their Epic Games account from the Settings > Connections menu to automatically sign in to Fortnite upon game launch afterwards.
Get in touch with your inner battle-royale champion playing ‘Fortnite’ across your mobile devices
With the addition of touch controls, Fortnite mobile players get GeForce performance they can touch.
GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA also manages patches and game updates for members. As new seasons arrive or a new mode drops, members are always game ready. When no-build Battle Royale arrived in Fortnite with the launch of Fortnite Zero Build, GeForce NOW Powered by ABYA members were playing right away.
For tips on gameplay mechanics or a refresher on playing Fortnite with touch controls, check out Fortnite’s Getting Started page.