New Leaks Suggest That Fortnite is Coming to the Nintendo Switch

by Ross Deason


Numerous reports have sprung up claiming that Fortnite is coming to the Nintendo Switch and will be revealed at E3 in June.

Fortnite has taken the world by storm in 2018 and is currently available on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and even iOS.


It looks like that isn’t enough for Epic Games, though, as supposed leaked E3 documents seem to show that the Nintendo Switch will be the next platform to support the incredibly popular title.

The leaked document, supposedly coming from an employee involved with making the E3 displays, was originally posted on 4chan and later reported by the likes of  Kotaku and gamesradar but nothing concrete has come to light and Epic Games has not commented.


If the leak is a legitimate one, there is no information on whether the Nintendo Switch version of Fortnite will simply feature the original “Save The World” mode or include the significantly more popular “Battle Royale”.

The image, shown below, also displays marketing materials for Dragon Ball FighterZ which Kotaku say makes this leak seem more credible as they have heard rumors about it coming to the Switch from other sources.

The numbers under each image reportedly refer to the size of each display model.


The Kotaku report also claims that a source “familiar with Epic Games’ plans” told the publication that Fortnite would be coming to the Nintendo Switch “earlier this week” but asked to remain anonymous.

The idea of Fortnite coming to the Nintendo Switch is hardly a surprising one as the game is constantly expanding and Epic Games has proved to be a company that has its finger on the pulse.

The developers are already working on getting Fortnite released for Android after the successful iOS launch. Add the Switch top the ever-growing list and it will be available on just about every modern device imaginable.