Fortnite might be coming to Nintendo Switch Soon

Ruben Fields
June 12, 2018

You can read the tweet for yourselves below.

You might not have heard of it, but next week is the 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 for short.

However, you might notice that they also now have a ZL button as well as Plus, Minus and Home buttons. (At least, any content that hasn't already been leaked!) Let us know on Twitter.

"We're getting behind competitive play in a big way, but our approach will be different - we plan to be more inclusive, and focused on the joy of playing and watching the game".

Fortnite's logo and an update file for the game have been discovered on the Nintendo Switch eShop.

Nintendo is now only a week away from showing off their plans for E3 but it seems GameStop has nearly jumped the gun adding 10 full price Switch titles to their online inventory.

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In the meantime, be sure to look forward to enjoying Freedom Planet on the go later this year!

The Daily Star will be covering each conference with a live stream, but below you'll find a rundown of what is happening and when.

If you were hoping that Anthem was going to come to the Switch, you're going to be disappointed.

The leak included a Korean rating of the game on the console. It has been rumored for a while now and while there was no official confirmation for it, the rumors did point towards an eventual reveal at the upcoming E3 2018.

A truck bearing some interesting art related to Fortnite has been spotted on the streets of Los Angeles, hinting at a possible launch of the Fortnite Champions Tour at E3 2018.

This will commemorate the tournament that will be held next week and will be distributed in a Nintendo Switch News article on the Splatoon 2 channel on Thursday 7th June.

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