Fortnite Chapter 4 Season 3 has been a hit among players, but it was removed from the iOS App Store in 2020 due to a legal dispute between Apple and Epic Games. However, there are still ways to play Fortnite on your iPhone and other iOS devices.
Currently, Fortnite is not available for download from the iOS App Store, and it seems unlikely that the disagreement between Epic Games and Apple will be resolved soon. Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney has announced that Fortnite will return to iOS devices in 2023, but it remains unclear how the game will be made available.
In the meantime, iPhone users can still play Fortnite through cloud gaming services. One option is Amazon Luna, where you can subscribe to Amazon Prime or Luna+ and follow a few simple steps to start playing Fortnite on your iPhone.
Another option is NVIDIA's cloud gaming service, GeForce Now. You will need to have an NVIDIA account set up and follow a slightly more complicated process to stream Fortnite on your iOS device.
It's worth noting that the free subscription for GeForce Now only allows you to play the game for up to 1 hour. If you want to play longer, you'll need to upgrade to a premium subscription.
While Fortnite's return to the iOS App Store is uncertain, these cloud gaming services provide options for iPhone users to continue enjoying the game.