Fortnite GeForce NOW FAQ - Play Fortnite via the Cloud on PC, Mobile, and More!
With NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW service, play Fortnite via cloud streaming on Windows PC, macOS, iOS Safari, Android phones and tablets, Android TV, NVIDIA SHIELD TV, and select LG TV models! GeForce NOW is free for players who choose a free GeForce NOW membership.
The “Fortnite mobile touch experience” streaming on GeForce NOW is no longer in beta, meaning all GeForce NOW players can play Fortnite on mobile with touch controls. Prefer a different control input? You can play with a keyboard-and-mouse on most GeForce NOW-supported devices, and play with a controller on all GeForce NOW-supported devices!
Because GeForce NOW streams games via the cloud, it still works well on most low-end devices as long as you have a high-speed internet connection. Check out our FAQ below to learn more about playing Fortnite on GeForce NOW.
Fortnite on GeForce NOW - FAQ
How do I become a GeForce NOW member?
NVIDIA offers three GeForce NOW membership types: Free, Priority, and RTX 3080. See GeForce NOW’s membership page to learn the details of each one, including price, gameplay session length, priority of accessing game servers, and graphics & performance.
After selecting a membership type, you’ll be prompted to log into your NVIDIA account or create one. (Creating an NVIDIA account is free.)
How do I start playing Fortnite on GeForce NOW?
After you’re signed up for the service, you can play Fortnite via cloud streaming on GeForce NOW by using a native GeForce NOW app or a web browser. The service offers individual apps for Windows PC, macOS, Android, Android TV, and LG TV.
The apps for Windows PC and macOS can be downloaded from the GeForce NOW download page, the apps for Android and Android TV can be downloaded from the Google Play Store, and the app for LG TV can be downloaded from the LG Content Store.
The supported browsers for GeForce NOW are: Chrome (for playing on Chromebook, PC, and Mac), iOS Safari (for playing on iPhone and iPad), and Edge. Please note that GeForce NOW on Edge is still currently in beta.
GeForce NOW games, including Fortnite, can be launched from the NVIDIA Games app on SHIELD TV.
If I start playing Fortnite on GeForce NOW, will my progress transfer over from other platforms?
Yes! You just need to make sure your NVIDIA account is linked to the same Epic account you use on other platforms. To link your Epic account to your NVIDIA account, first log into your NVIDIA account on PC, Mac, or web, then click on the “accounts connected” tile in the MY LIBRARY row or go to SETTINGS > CONNECTIONS > Epic Games > CONNECT.
Once your accounts are linked, you’ll automatically log into Fortnite with your Epic account when launching Fortnite on GeForce NOW. Your progress will also transfer to other platforms you use your Epic account on.
Are all current Fortnite game modes available to play on GeForce NOW from the cloud?
On Windows PC, macOS, Android TV, NVIDIA SHIELD TV, and LG TV, all current Fortnite game modes are available to play on GeForce NOW from the cloud, including Battle Royale, Zero Build, Impostors, Save the World, and community-made games.
On smartphones and tablets, Save the World is unavailable to play on GeForce NOW from the cloud. However, all other current Fortnite game modes are available to play.
What controllers can I use to play Fortnite on GeForce NOW?
The list of supported controllers varies depending on the device you’re playing on. See the GeForce NOW system requirements page to see the supported controllers per device. All devices support the Sony DualShock 4 (PS4) controller, Sony DualSense (PS5) controller, and Microsoft Xbox Wireless controllers.
For game streaming on mobile devices specifically, players can use either a controller or touch controls.
Where can I find the internet, hardware, and OS requirements for GeForce NOW?
For each individual GeForce NOW-supported device, the requirements and recommendations for game streaming can be found on the GeForce NOW system requirements page.
Please note that the required LG TV models are select 2021/2022 LG TVs with the latest webOS firmware and LG TV browser updates.