More like an end crawl.
From The Verge's "Now you can play Fortnite on your iPhone or Android for free with Xbox Cloud Gaming" posted Friday.
Ever since Epic Games started its battle with Apple and Google over their app store fees, playing Fortnite on your mobile device has been more difficult, if not impossible. You could try it on iPhone via Nvidia’s GeForce Now but only if you got into a closed beta. But now, Epic Games has decided to partner with the company it spurned — Microsoft — and is putting Fortnite on pretty much anything with a screen for free via the Xbox Cloud Gaming service.
Fortnite is the first free-to-play title to join Xbox Cloud Gaming, and Microsoft says that all you’ll need to play (in the 26 countries where it’s available) is a Microsoft account and internet access for your iOS, iPadOS, Android, or Windows device. It works through your web browser (click here to start playing now), with touch controls as well as support for gamepads, and yes, you can even bring the game to Valve’s Steam Deck portable.
My take: Life is too short. After jumping through a bunch of hoops, recovering a password and watching the LOGGING IN wheel spin for 15 minutes, I gave up. Wouldn't be surprised if game play were a bit sluggish.