How to play Fortnite for free with Xbox Cloud Gaming

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Those who are interested in playing Fortnite will now have the possibility to access this title for free thanks to Epic Games’ agreement with Microsoft, so it will be available through Xbox Cloud Gaming in the 26 countries where this platform game streaming is available.

This move is surprising because Epic initially disagreed with bringing Fornite to Microsoft’s xCloud, as they made clear throughout the legal process they faced against Apple (and Google) for the percentage of sales they have to pay for in-app purchases. the application.

An offer available to many

But the case that now concerns us is interesting to know that access can be made from any device through a compatible web browser. According to Microsoft, you will need to have a Microsoft account to sign in with, and an Android or iOS/iPadOS phone or tablet, or a Windows PC, and in any case, Internet access.

No installation or memberships required, all you need to do is go to in your web browser and sign in with your Microsoft account to have fun with friends or win your next Victory Royale in Fortnite.

This is the first of many free games that Microsoft is committed to bringing over time to benefit the 3,000 million players it has around the world, and clearly it becomes an attraction for more users to join the Xbox platform to the detriment of competitors.

By the way, it is not known in the future that the existing closed beta version will run on Nvidia’s GeForce Now, but it will be allowed to play for free, even without the need for a computer with solvent hardware, which makes it easier to get there to more people thanks to streaming from the cloud.

It will be interesting to know what the reactions of the rest of the platforms will be to this surprising movement, betting on free games as a way of entry so that users, sooner or later, take advantage of existing memberships.

More information: Xbox

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