Commonly described as Minecraft meets Left for Dead, Fortnite is a survival cooperative shooter from Epic Games. It’s been available in paid early access since June last year for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and will be free-to-play when it becomes a fully-fledged release this year. In the run up to this, Epic has released Fortnite Battle Royale — a free, standalone mode. As the name suggests, it borrows from others in the battle royale genre such as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). However there are some features – such as its varied weapon rarity – that make Fortnite’s take on battle royale a different experience. Here’s what you need to know to get started in Fortnite Battle Royale.
Nvidia has joined other cloud gaming providers in bypassing Apple’s App Store and launching a mobile web app version of GeForce NOW service. GeForce NOW is available in beta right now and its more than 5 million registered users can use the app on Safari on the iPhone or iPad and play the games they want. Including Fortnite.
According to reports, Nvidia also has plans of broadening support for its desktop Chrome-based version of GeForce NOW, that only works on Chromebooks now, to more platforms like Android, Linux and Mac by the first quarter of 2021.
GeForce NOW is currently primarily distributed via Mac and PC apps, as well as through dedicated apps on Android and the Nvidia Shield streaming box.
The major upside to GeForce NOW, currently, is that Epic Games’ Fortnite can be played on Apple devices again. While it does involve a slightly annoying workaround and can be actually playable once Epic and Nvidia irons out some kinks, but it is coming back.
Fortnite’s PC version is available through GeForce NOW, thanks to Nvidia and Epic’s partnership around cloud gaming that allows Epic Game Store titles to be streamed through Nvidia’s platform. However, Fortnite isn’t ready for the iOS version of GeForce NOW quite yet, and Epic and Nvidia are working to bring improved touch controls to the game.
“Alongside the amazing team at Epic Games, we’re working to enable a touch-friendly version of Fortnite, which will delay availability of the game. While the GeForce Now library is best experienced on mobile with a gamepad, touch is how over 100 million Fortnite gamers have built, battled and danced their way to Victory Royale,” Nvidia GeForce Now chief Phil Eisler wrote in the company’s blog post.
“We’re looking forward to delivering a cloud-streaming Fortnite mobile experience powered by GeForce NOW. Members can look for the game on iOS Safari soon,” Eisler added.
Mobile Fortnite players who have been unable to access the game will soon be able to do so on Epic’s PC storefront. They will be able to sign in with their account, and find the game on the iOS version of GeForce Now. Players who already access Fortnite on mobile, console, and PC have in all likelihood already linked their accounts and should have no trouble syncing their data across platforms.
News of Fortnite’s return to iOS via GeForce NOW was first reported by the BBC, earlier this month ahead of Nvidia’s official announcement.
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Fortnite Battle Royale shield potions explained
In addition to having a bar for health, Fortnite Battle Royale has one for the use of shields, rather, the use of a shield potion to be precise. Similar to the likes of Halo, shields take damage before health and if you want any chance of survival, you’d do well to consume shield potions the moment you find them — usually in treasure chests.
As you don’t start a match with a shield, and storing it occupies inventory space that’s limited, you’re best served with consuming your shield potions immediately. They come in two types — larger potions that give you 50 shield points and smaller potions that give you 25 shield points. Shields don’t prevent damage obtained from falling and that’s where bandaids and medkits come in. The former gives you 15 health while the latter heals you fully. Rare items like the purple bottled Slurp Juice regenerate your shields and grant you health over time while others like Chug Jugs fully restore your health and shield, but need 15 seconds to use.
Fortnite Battle Royale – spot player buildings
Towards the end of a round, players will usually build fortifications. And if you haven’t gathered enough wood to build your own, you should approach them with caution. Player structures usually stick out in the colourful world of Fortnite as drab and blank structures, making them easy to spot. You should keep your distance unless you have powerful weaponry such as the rocket launcher to level their tower and reduce their height and line of sight advantage. Pay attention to how these are constructed as you can collapse them by shooting at its stairs or supports to even the odds
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