Popular streamer and YouTuber Jordan ‘LEGIQON’ Payton showed that the Fortnite: Battle Royale ‘skill-gap’ on the Nintendo Switch might not be that high in a hilarious clip.
Regardless of your affiliation with the gaming industry, there is a good chance that you have heard of the phenomenon known as Fortnite that has seemingly become a worldwide sensation, for lack of a better term.
The free-to-play title has swept across the gaming world unlike any title before it and has successfully broken into ‘mainstream’ culture, with notable celebrities, athletes, and other high-profile individuals expressing their love for the game.
Users on platforms such as the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and iOS have all had the game available to them to play, and it was recently announced that Fortnite is now playable on the Nintendo Switch after substantial requests from community members.
However, with the game being so new on the platform after being released on June 12th, players may still need some time getting used to the controls and general ‘gist’ of the title.
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LEGIQN, a popular streamer and YouTuber, put the Fortnite ‘skill gap’ for Nintendo Switch players on display in a hilarious manner by luring an opponent into a Damage Trap with ease – twice.
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Nintendo Switch Fortnite players in a nutshell. #Fortnite #FortniteMemes pic.twitter.com/HABPAVhDIG
— Jordan Payton (@LEGIQN) June 14, 2018
Nintendo Switch Fortnite players in a nutshell PT: II #Fortnite #fortnitememes pic.twitter.com/7cjOmHDpIy
— Jordan Payton (@LEGIQN) June 15, 2018
There has been some controversy with Fortnite coming to the Nintendo Switch after players reported that they were not able to log-in to their Epic Games accounts on the platform if they had previously played on the PlayStation 4, due to Sony blocking cross-platform play.
More information on the topic, including a response from Sony, can be found right here.