‘Fortnite’ for Nintendo Switch Leaked & Rated in Korea Before E3 2018

‘Fortnite’ for Nintendo Switch Leaked & Rated in Korea Before E3 2018

‘Fortnite’ for Nintendo Switch Leaked & Rated in Korea Before E3 2018

Leaked information suggests that "Fortnite" is coming to the Nintendo Switch and that it will be announced during the Electronics Entertainment Expo next month.

A leaked list of E3 Nintendo titles circulating the Internet listed the Fortnite among numerous titles which are coming to the handheld console.

Fortnite has taken the world by storm in 2018 and is now available on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and even iOS. Neither Nintendo nor Epic Games responded to request for comment as of publishing. With Fortnite spotted on a ratings board, it is probable that the leak is real. Microsoft has already opened up the Xbox One to cross-play with other platforms like the PC and Nintendo Switch.

In a move that won't surprise anyone, it looks as though Epic Games made a decision to port its hugely successful free-to-play game Fortnite over to the Nintendo Switch.

A new listing on the GRAC's website (as outed by a GRAC Twitter bot that posts when new admissions are approved) plainly references both Fortnite and the Nintendo Switch, leaving little to imagination even if you can't understand a word of Korean.

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There have been plenty of rumors swirling lately that Nintendo would feature a Fortnite Switch reveal within its Nintendo Direct presentation. Eurogamer reported that they had been told separately in the past that a Switch version of the ultra-popular battle royale game was on the way. In addition to Fortnite, it includes Switch versionsDragon Ball FighterZ and Paladins. The game has two versions: Battle Royale, which is the most popular version of the game and doesn't cost a penny, and the paid-for Save the World.

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

In addition, Bandai Namco's Dragon Ball FighterZ is also set to make its way to the Switch, which would also be a fantastic addition to the console.

It's possible they have no new first-party games to announce but again, they may just be playing it very close to the chest.

It's incredibly easy to generate an authentic-looking (but fake) list of E3 announcements, of course, and fraudulent "leaks" pop up all the time in the pre-E3 buzz.

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