iOS Fortnite fraternity, rejoice! Fortnite will be back on iPhones and iPads in the coming months, and thanks to Nvidia GeForce Now. The catch here is that it won’t be as easy as opening the Fortnite app on your mobile phone. So how’s is it going to be playable after all Epic versus Apple clash of tech giants?
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Monthly game subscription you say? Yes, Amazon’s Luna is officially rolled out to testers for beta and we have some exciting information on its User Interface and gameplay. Amazon gave invitations to a small set of customers in the US, yes, it is limited to the US only.
Amazon is a new contender in the Cloud gaming market, and I bet that no one will take it lightly. The news came out yesterday that Amazon, at its annual Alexa Hardware event, is set to launch its new cloud gaming platform at some point in the near future. Luna will have a $5.99 per month introductory price in its early access phase. It is going to be supported across mainland US at the start and no support for Hawaii, Alaska, and the US territories. Yes, fellow, at the moment it is extremely limited.