US GPU maker Nvidia is expanding a service that will allow users to play the popular Fortnite game on their iPhones, despite it being removed from Apple’s App Store.
Nvidia has launched a test version of the GeForce Now platform on the iOS operating system. It allows users to play through the Safari browser instead of installing applications.
The company said there are thousands of games available on the platform, but not yet Fortnite, the app for which Apple removed from its store in August amid a conflict with its developer Epic Games Inc.
Nvidia announced that it is working with Epic on a version of Fortnite for its platform, promising that users will be able to play it through a browser soon.
Epic filed lawsuits against Apple and Alphabet in August, accusing the companies of violating antitrust laws. Apple and Google have removed Fortnite from their stores due to Epic encouraging users to purchase in-game directly, which will lower the cost.