Fortnite Is Coming To Nintendo Switch, According To Recent E3 Leak

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Fortnite is one of the most popular games around at the moment, and Epic seems interested in porting it to as many platforms as possible. On Friday, the Korean Game Rating Board rated Fortnite for the Switch.

It doesn't state whether it is Fortnite Battle Royale, or Save the World modes, both of which are available on PS4 and Xbox One. Leaked materials purportedly show a rundown of Nintendo Switch games that will be on display at E3, and Fornite is prominently featured.

Fortnite Battle Royale for Switch appears to have been leaked early, ahead of its proper unveiling.

Either way we will find out soon enough if these games are indeed destined for the Switch, so check back with us during E3 2018 for the details. Epic Games successfully ported the PC title to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in September. Sitting alongside FIFA19 and Mario Tennis Aces was a surprise: Fortnite.

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Fortnite's appearance on Switch would be a major coup for Nintendo. "Epic Games did not immediately respond to a request for comment". With over 25 million players, the game which launched in the latter half of past year has quickly risen to the top of the playing charts as well as being one of the most popular games to be streamed online. However, two platforms that have been left out of the mix so far have been Android (support is coming this summer) and the Nintendo Switch. The filing was submitted in late May as "Fortnite Nintendo Switch" and was made public Friday morning.

The Nintendo E3 Direct will be a pre-recorded showcase.

Super Smash Bros. may be the highlight of Nintendo's presence at E3 2018, but if the leaked document is real, Nintendo Switch owners will have a lot to look forward to at the upcoming event. The listing doesn't give much away but does serve as additional evidence that a Switch variant is likely on the way.

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