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E3 2018 is a few days away and everyone is wondering what Nintendo has for us in store. Still, no one can blame the fans who are hoping that the much-awaited announcement will happen at E3 2018, taking place on June 12 through 14. Fortnite hasn't officially been announced for Switch, though there's been speculation it will be revealed for the hybrid console at E3 next week.
Better discovery on the Switch eShop has been a long time coming for both gamers and developers.
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The recent information almost confirms that there will be a Fortnite for the Nintendo Switch. Of course, you can never say that the game will definitely not come to the system on a smaller scale sometime in the future, but it happening anytime soon is very unlikely. We had a comprehensive version of Mario Kart 8, two easy contenders for game of the year in Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild and Super Mario Odyssey along with the popular Splatoon 2 and a straight up avalanche of mostly great indie games. Fortnite being the cultural phenomenon that it is, means many people are sure to be excited to have a way to play the game on a platform that has been going from strength to strength. Same with the new Yoshi platformer announced previous year, there won't be much more than a brief trailer to take in.
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