We will have to wait to find out whether they will release a stand-alone Battle Royale mode just like iOS or along with Save The World mode which is available on PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. And, as expected in this kind of situation, Epic Games has yet to confirm or deny the rumors.
According to a leaked E3 document posted on 4chan (via AAMARMO), Epic Games' Fornite, Bandai Namco's Dragon Ball Fighter Z, Hi-Rez Studios' Paladins and Team17's Overcooked 2 are all coming to Nintendo Switch.
Fortnite on Nintendo Switch allegedly will soon become a reality.
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Fortnite is already available on almost every platform imaginable, including mobile.
"A source familiar with Epic Games' plans, speaking anonymously to protect their career, also told Kotaku earlier this week that Fortnite would be coming to Switch".
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. As for FighterZ, the game has been desired on the Switch since it was announce at E3 2017, so it feels like a natural fit. Both modes are now available on the Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC versions of the game. Given that Epic Games is based in that country, that's not unusual. And if you're inclined to believe us, here's the takeaway: The Switch is getting some more big names and Fortnite is only going to keep growing.
The pre-E3 floodgates have officially opened as leaks are starting to spring up at a furious pace.
A photo circulated within the internet walls of 4Chan on Thursday sparked rumors that "Fortnite" is arriving on the hit hybrid portable Nintendo console.