E3 2018 Leak Suggests Fortnite Is Coming To Nintendo Switch With Dragon Ball FighterZ And Paladins

Posted: Jun 1 2018, 10:19am CDT | by , in E3


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E3 2018 Leak Suggests Fortnite is Coming to Nintendo Switch with Dragon Ball FighterZ and Paladins
  • Fortnite Half-confirmed to Be One of the Playable Games on the Nintendo Switch on E3

Nintendo Switch roster for playable games at the E3 2018 will also feature Fortnite along with Dragon Ball FighterZ and Paladins, according to sources

There has been a lot of talk about Fortnite coming to Nintendo Switch. The gamers are very hopeful about the JoyCon controllers and the graphics features offered by Nintendo Switch will be great for playing Fortnite. Well, they will not have to wait for a long time for that to happen.

According to 4Chan [via ResetEra], Fortnite is up in the lineup of the playable games which will be featured at the E3. Nebellion also posted an image on Twitter which indicated the Nintendo Switch games which were going to be announced during its presentation.

The image shows an invoice or order form for signs featuring logos for nine Nintendo Switch games. Fortnite was among the 9 game titles which are set to be featured among the playable games on Nintendo Switch on E3 2018.

While some may suspect that these sources are not legit, confirmation has also come from unnamed inside sources that Fortnite will be featured this year for Nintendo Switch. They said that this is among Epic Games’ plans for the game. Epic games in the meanwhile made no comments or confirm the rumors.

Other games being featured along with Fortnite are; Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, FIFA 19, Killer Queen Black, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, Paladins: Champions of the Realm, Overcooked 2, and Mario Tennis Aces.

Among the four games, MARIO Tennis Aces have already been announced for Nintendo Switch. Three remain unannounced for Switch ports and two are unannounced completely.

It will be interesting to see whether these games will get their Nintendo ports announced or whether this will be a test run for the game developers to explore the scope of their games to come on Nintendo Switch. We will find out at E3 2018.

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