You might not have heard of it, but next week is the 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 for short. There's no word if it will also be on their social media, but you can guarantee that the likes of Polygon and IGN will be hosting it.
Nintendo is now only a week away from showing off their plans for E3 but it seems GameStop has nearly jumped the gun adding 10 full price Switch titles to their online inventory.
Sources from Kotaku added more fuel to the fire by backing up the claims plus Fortnite's appearance on the Korean game ratings board (GRAC) seemed to be the final confirmation that a Switch version is a done deal.
There really doesn't seem to be any other explanation other than that Fortnite is coming to the Switch and it could be much sooner than we think. We already know that Super Smash Bros. will be shown off heavily, but there's some mystery surrounding the rest of the line-up. This time we're looking at Nintendo, the House of Mario. It makes you wonder, was this pairing always in the stars?
All that aside, Smash Bros Switch and Pokemon Let's Go are the two big time games here. Other games include Overcooked 2, Paladins, FIFA, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate and Dragon Ball Fighter Z.
If rumors are correct, Epic Games might announce Fortnite's arrival on Nintendo's switch during the upcoming E3 event, 2018.
References to Fortnite have been spotted in a recent eShop update.
We're less than a week away from E3 2018, and Nintendo fans everywhere are eager to find out what Nintendo has in store for them in regards to Super Smash Bros For Switch.
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