Rumour: Fortnite is heading to Switch

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Does it confirm Dragon Ball FighterZ and Fortnite coming to Nintendo Switch? Though it's the battle royale mode that caused the game to explode in popularity, Epic continues to update Save the World with new content.

The leak comes in the form of an image, first circulated on 4chan, that showcased marketing materials for several games for the Switch.

Other games listed on the document include the previously announced Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate and Mario Tennis Aces along with Federation Internationale de Football Association 19, Killer Queen Black, Starlink, Paladins and Overcooked 2. After seeing PC, console and mobile releases, the game is set to be released on the Nintendo Switch. We can all dream.

Nintendo will host a short E3 presentation focusing on upcoming Switch games on June 12.

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You've heard of Fortnite, everyone has heard of Fortnite, and if this latest information from Eurogamer is accurate, it will be announced very soon for the Nintendo Switch. Fortnite is one of the most popular games around at the moment, and Epic seems interested in porting it to as many platforms as possible.

An alleged image shows what looks to be Nintendo's E3 booth. Fortnite is already available on iOS, and an Android release is expected in the coming months.

For anyone hoping to see some big Fortnite news at E3, they will probably want to tune into the Nintendo conference. The Switch's portability also means that gamers will be able to enjoy the game on the go (assuming they have an internet connection). Given that Epic Games is based in that country, that's not unusual. E3 is in just two weeks so we won't have to wait long to find out what the gaming giant is planning for their console/portable hybrid.