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Free-to-play games have already existed on the Switch, but Fortnite is especially interesting given its reliance on online play.

A recent leak suggested that Fortnite Nintendo Switch would be revealed during Nintendo's E3 Direct presentation.

Fortnite is in early access across PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC and iOS.

That leaves you with a single option: creating a brand new Epic Games account for Nintendo Switch, and leaving all of your PS4 progress behind you whenever you want to take it on the go.

It was also announced that Fortnite on Switch would not be the Mobile version of the game, and will use Nintendo Switch servers too. You can do this on your Nintendo Switch itself when you first boot up Fortnite, or you can do so on the official Epic Games site.

Unfortunately this is neither new nor unexpected from Sony, as their position against cross-platform play with other consoles has been well noted.

A nine-year-old girl is in rehab after becoming so addicted to a video game she wet herself to avoid moving and hit her father when he tried to stop her playing. Whether Fortnite will be exempt from those charges remains to be seen.

The Pro-Am features 100 total players-the total for a Battle Royale match-50 of which are celebrities, and 50 of which are regular players. The game will be available to download at 10 a.m. PT.

Sony's stubborn isolationism could ironically have the effect of convincing Fortnite fans to make the Switch (or Xbox) their primary Battle Royale console, since it allows them to play against a larger group of opponents without restrictions.

A new Korean Game Rating Board listing suggests that Save the World is coming to Switch. It also notes that a Wingman Starter Pack and V-Bucks add-ons will be available.

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