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Fortnite is an online video game developed by Epic Games and released in 2017.
Epic Games and Apple are still butting heads, and Epic decided to shift its focus to the UK market, filing lawsuits against Apple and Google to the Competition Appeal Tribunal.
The battle between Apple and Epic Games continues and Fortnite won't appear on the App Store till the end of the lawsuits. But iOS users will be able to play Fortnite in Safari thanks to the GeForce Now cloud gaming service.
Epic Games tried to secure Fortnight's return to the Apple Store before the trial ends, but Apple has received permission from Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers to ban Fortnite in the App Store.
The conflict between Apple and Epic Games continues unabated. Last week, Apple accused Epic Games of deliberately fomenting conflict to revive interest in the Fortnite franchise.
The Cupertino-based company filed a counterclaim after another Epic Games’s attempt to force Apple to return Fortnite to the App Store.
Due to ongoing litigation, the fourth season of Fortnite won't be available on iOS or macOS platforms. Apple platforms’ players will be stuck on the current version of Fortnite till the issue are figured out.
The conflict between Apple and Epic Games continues. Now, the district court denied Epic Games' motion to temporarily restore Fortnite on the iOS App Store but also ordered Apple not to block Unreal Engine.