Fortnite Is Reportedly Coming To The Nintendo Switch

You are playing the hugely popular battle royale game on the internet right now cannot turn off your PC without knowing about the Fortnite news. That’s because today is definitely no different.

Fortnite, the massively addictive battle royale shooter, is said to be coming right into Nintendo Switch console soon. The game is set to arrive on the one platform that was missing it, following two leaks which spilled the beans now.

The first leaked list of E3 Nintendo games appeared on 4chan this morning, alongside the second a Korean game rating for Fortnite on Switch. You guessed it, a Nintendo Switch version of Fortnite coming.

Gaming site Eurogamer has confirmed that the E3 game list is indeed accurate and that gamers should be able to “expect an announcement in future.”

This arrival of Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch would be the latest in an ongoing quest to take over the world. Fortnite team has launched the latest on iOS and is coming to Android this summer. While the game uses touch controls on iOS and Android. On Switch, how it seems? Well, it could likely use a combination of both the touchscreen and Joy-Con controllers.

Waiting for the summer, as the Fortnite is already available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One platforms, after recently launching on iPhone and iPad, the game will also come to Android devices. The news also comes as the game’s main competition in the marketplace, PUBG, is suffering huge losses in player numbers and is actually suing Fortnite maker Epic Games over the two games’ similarities.

Aside from that, Fortnite fans have been deliberately waiting on a Nintendo Switch version, and it looks like we’re about to hear more on it at or before E3. No matter how that pans out though it looks nailed on that we can expect to learn more about a Nintendo Switch Fortnite version either before, or at the very least during the upcoming Event.

Nintendo leaked E3 list

The arrival of Fortnite on Nintendo’s hit console will only surely increase its popularity, which is somewhat barely needed at a time where the Japanese company is most definitely enjoying a return to form following a decidedly lackluster Wii-U experience. Stay tuned for more updates!

(Via: Eurogamer)

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