E3 2018: Fortnite is now out on Nintendo Switch, new games announced

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Though the error message only refers to an unspecified "platform", it would appear the culprit is the PlayStation 4.

Proving that it is THE battle royale, Fortnite is now available on Nintendo Switch.

That leaves you with a single option: creating a brand new Epic Games account for Nintendo Switch, and leaving all of your PS4 progress behind you whenever you want to take it on the go.

The Switch is a great platform for the title, what with its console/handheld hybrid status and the popularity of playing Fortnite anywhere and everywhere, on seemingly any device that can possibly play a video game. They have nothing to gain by supporting Fortnite cross-play, whereas Xbox and Nintendo have everything to gain from it. Twitter user Simon Aarons was able to get an early look at the Nintendo Switch eShop listing for Fortnite and has posted for all to see.

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We already spoken about what to expect from Epic Games' first E3 event and what we predicted has come true. It turns out, the girl had been secretly spending up to 10 hours a night playing the game and was using the card to purchase in-game extras. From there, all 100 players will be dropped into the same server, as the teams of two battle to eliminate each other, until the final team is left standing.

That said, here's a little explanation from Sony Worldwide Studios Head Shuhei Yoshida on why PS4 and Xbox One cross-play is not possible.

In addition to "Fortnite", Nintendo announced several other new games, including "Super Mario Party", "DaemonXMachina", and a new story pack for "Xenoblade Chronicles 2", all coming in the next 12 months. In April, it became the biggest free-to-play console game, a number that's only going to increase with today's addition of the Switch to the ranks.

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