Fortnite joins Xbox Cloud Gaming, giving iPhone users another way to play

Fortnite has today joined Xbox Cloud Gaming, making it the first free-to-play game to do so.

This means the ever-popular Epic battle royale will be available to stream via the service on iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, plus PCs – all via web browser.

As with any Xbox Cloud Gaming title, you’ll need an Xbox account to log-in – but you won’t need membership to any subscription, such as Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

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Star Wars Battlefront 3 PSP test build surfaces, but it’s not what it seems

All sorts of strange things come out of Reddit.

A post on the r/gaming subreddit appeared to show a test-build copy of Star Wars: Battlefront 3 for PSP, which belongs to poster’s fiancé.

“LucasArts was a client of a relative of my Fiancé back in the day, and he got to play test a lot of games, one of which was Star Wars: Battlefront 3, once it was cancelled, and all the assets were being gathered up to send back to Skywalker Ranch, one of the play test cartages for the PSP version got left behind. Him being young, he didn’t think much of it and took it home, tested it out, AI battles, CTF, and Conquest all worked fine,” the user wrote.

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Nintendo Close To Hitting $1.8 Billion In Revenue From Mobile Games

Most of that is from Fire Emblem Heroes.

Nintendo is close to reaching a total of $1.8 billion in revenue from its mobile games, which at the time of writing includes Super Mario Run, Dr. Mario World, Mario Kart Tour, Dragalia Lost, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, and Fire Emblem Heroes.

As reported by mobilegamer.biz, the lifetime global player spending in Nintendo’s mobile line-up currently stands at $1,797,000,000. Fire Emblem Heroes makes up a large chunk of the spending, with a total of $983 million in revenue making up roughly 55% of the total takings.

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