Rumor - Fortnite, Dragon Ball FighterZ, Paladins and Overcooked 2 Coming to Switch

Alfred Osborne
June 4, 2018

The Nintendo Switch, other than Android devices, is essentially the last modern gaming locale that doesn't have Fortnite running on it. That rumor is looking like it's becoming more and more of a reality for the June 11th E3 Nintendo Direct.

Our latest tip of the hat comes to us courtesy of the Korean video game ratings board. A leaked photo has emerged though that seems to indicate that many major 3rd party titles are en route to the Nintendo Switch, and two of them happen to be Dragon Ball FighterZ and Fortnite.

Eurogamer says it "independently heard the list is legitimate" as well and says that we should "expect an announcement soon" for Fortnite's port in particular.

We're curious to see how a free-to-play game like Fortnite: Battle Royale will factor into the paid Nintendo Switch Online service.

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. The question is, will Epic add a little Nintendo flavor to Fortnite like we saw with Rocket League?

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With the popularity of battle royale games showing no signs of decline, Fortnite by Epic Games is rumored to be coming to yet another platform.

This could be the best way to confirm that both games are included and are coming to the Switch in the future. Iron Galaxy helped Bethesda port Skyrim to Switch previous year and worked alongside Epic to develop Fortnite's mobile version.

And from the description, it seems to suggest it's for Fortnite Save the World.

Before you jump out of your comfy seat with excitement it should be noted that this has not yet been confirmed by Epic Games, but rather a few different sources and a hot little picture. Microsoft has already opened up the Xbox One to cross-play with other platforms like the PC and Nintendo Switch.

The said leaked image appears to be a program for the Nintendo media event during the Tuesday leg of E3 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

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