You can just plug your headphones into the jack like God intended, according to developers from Epic Games on today's Nintendo Treehouse Live stream from the E3 show floor. The game's battle royale mode, which has taken the world by storm, will now be playable on the Nintendo hybrid console. This makes Fortnite available on every major platform.
Will Switch be your main platform for Fortnite now that you can play it there? We assume that cross-play with all of these other platforms will be supported on the Nintendo Switch. However, it's worth pointing out that millions of people play Fortnite daily, and that cases like these are the outlier, not the norm, so fans of the game shouldn't have to worry about it ever actually being banned.
A trailer announcing the game's arrival on Nintendo Switch was also revealed, so feel free to check it out below if you're not sure what all the hype is about.
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.
Killer Queen is a multiplayer, arcade-style game that has teams of five players squaring off in a Joust-style combat. Players only need to visit the Nintendo Switch eShop and download the game before they're able to jump into the chaos.
In the United States, the Fortnite addiction is equally as bad with many parents trying to figure out how to keep their kids away from the battle royale.
While a Switch port of Fortnite was more or less an inevitability given the game's massive success, rumors of an E3 release started swirling earlier this month when a listing for the game appeared on the Korean Ratings Board website. It also notes that a Wingman Starter Pack and V-Bucks add-ons will be available.