Fortnite is one of the most popular video games of all time, and it’s becoming even more popular with each passing day. The battle royale style game has been a massive hit with fans of the genre, and now Epic Games has revealed that it’s coming to Nintendo Switch in 2019. Fortnite Battle Royale will make its debut on the Nintendo Switch system in 2019, with an early version of the game slated for release as soon as February. The Switch version of Fortnite will feature cross-platform play with PC and PlayStation 4 players, making it accessible from any console owner. Epic also plans to include additional modes beyond the four available in the original mobile game. Check out our list of everything we know about Fortnite Battle Royale on Switch so

Are you ready for battle royale? The genre is about to get its very own game and that’s thanks to Epic Games. The company has announced Fortnite Battle Royale, a brand new shooter that will be available on the Nintendo Switch on Thursday, Dec. 13. It’s an entirely new take on the battle royale game type, set in the world of video games and centered around a fun old-school setting: You play as one of eight characters with unique abilities who fight it out in combat-free versions of real-world multiplayer games like PUBG or Fortnite. Read this guide on how to play Fortnite Battle Royale — also known as Epic’s answer to PUBG — step by step so you can go from zero to hero in no

Epic has announced a brand new battle royale game called Fortnite. The game is set to be released Q1 of 2019, so it’s been around for a while now. But did you know that this battle royale game is basically the spiritual successor to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds? In other words, is Fortnite going to blow away PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and become the next big thing in gaming? Let’s take a look at how Fortnite compares and how it could change the battle royale landscape

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