How To Play ‘Fortnite’ On iPhone And iPad Via Xbox Cloud Gaming


It’s a big weekend for Fourteen days. Chapter 3 ended with a bang with the spectacular (but somewhat overwhelming) fracture event. Chapter 4 begins sometime on December 4th.

Unfortunately, you can no longer play the game through a dedicated one for reasons I won’t get into here Fourteen days Apps on iOS. But there are other options: Xbox Cloud Gaming and GeForce Now both support it Fourteen days on iOS.

If you are wondering how to play Fourteen days on iPhone or iPad via Xbox Cloud Gaming, here’s a quick guide. Setup shouldn’t take long.

First, you don’t need Xbox Game Pass to play Fourteen days via Xbox Cloud Gaming. It’s totally free – Well, at least the battle royale side that everyone cares about is. You can’t play Save The World on smartphones and tablets via Xbox Cloud Gaming anyway.

You need a Microsoft account, a fast internet connection, and an iOS or iPadOS device, an Android phone or tablet, or a Windows PC. We focus on iPhone and iPad here.

You must also be in a region that supports Xbox Cloud Gaming. Details are available on the Xbox support site.

If you haven’t already, it’s a good idea to set up an Epic Games account so you can transfer your progress and cosmetics to and from other platforms. Once you have both a Microsoft and an Epic Games account, go to the Connections page of your Epic Games account. Select the Accounts tab and then Xbox. Follow the steps to link your Epic Games and Microsoft accounts.

Next, open Safari on your iPhone or iPad. Go to Xbox.com/play and sign in with your Microsoft account (if you’re not already signed in). If you don’t see Fourteen days Look for it on the home screen. After tapping the green “Get ready to play” button, this message will pop up:

In Safari, tap the share button and then select Add to Home Screen. This will create a shortcut to Xbox Cloud Gaming on your iPhone or iPad home screen. You can rename this shortcut anything you like (I chose “Ecs Bawkx” for no good reason).

The next step should be pretty obvious: go to your home screen and tap on the shortcut you just created. This will launch Xbox Cloud Gaming. Tap on Fourteen days, Press the play button and the game will start.

You will be able to play Fourteen days with touch control. Alternatively, you can connect an Xbox controller, PlayStation controller, or other compatible controller (I’m a big fan of the Backbone One for playing games on the iPhone).

That’s all there is to it. I hope you enjoy playing Chapter 4 of Fourteen days on your iPhone or iPad!

Remember to keep an eye on your data usage if you don’t have an unlimited internet or phone data plan at home. You don’t want a nasty surprise on your next bill.

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