Nintendo at E3 2018: Games, Start Time & What You Need to Know

  • Nintendo at E3 2018: Games, Start Time & What You Need to Know

Nintendo at E3 2018: Games, Start Time & What You Need to Know

We're just a few days out from the first press conferences of E3 2018, but one of the most anticipated surprises may have already been spoiled. Developed by Radiation Blue, the game will be available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this year.

Fortnite is the biggest game in the world right now, with the free-to-play behemoth boasting over 45 million players worldwide.

The leaked document seems to be the draft of a promotional poster that Fortnite company might be used for display at the next E3 event. Fortnite fans that have been dying to play the game on the Switch could potentially see a situation where it's announced and playable quickly. The Korean board decided that the game is suitable for players aged 12 and above.

The leak features some more interesting titles that are apparently heading to the Switch, like Paladins and Dragon Ball FighterZ?

When contacted by Kotaku, an insider source from Epic Games also claimed that the rumors were true, although he wanted to remain anonymous due to personal and professional reasons.

At this point, it's probably safe to assume that Fortnite is indeed coming to the Switch. All that is left is an official announcement by Nintendo and developer Epic Games. Nintendo's latest gaming console has been heavily mentioned in rumors when it comes to a Fortnite release. According to the GRAC Twitter bot (translated text), the game was rated on June 1 and was listed as "Fortnite Nintendo Switch".

XSEED Games revealed its E3 line-up for next week; and, as part of its lineup, it confirmed that Freedom Planet is making its way to Nintendo Switch.

The recent information almost confirms that there will be a Fortnite for the Nintendo Switch.