Thanks to some data mining of the latest Nintendo eShop update, it was revealed that Fortnite will be coming to the Nintendo Switch, confirming the last few months of rumours. How do they even top that for E3 2018?
How do we know?
One of the best things about the Nintendo Switch is the many ways users can play games on it.
If you're a fan of old-school platforming games, you might have come across a title called Freedom Planet.
The current leak may not seem to be from an authentic source, yet, another legitimate source from within the gaming industry did back up the coming of "Dragon Ball Fighter Z" to Nintendo's switch.
Today XSEED Games announced its lineup of games that the publisher will bring to Los Angeles for E3 2018.
If you're asking us what we want to see, we have five letters and a piece of punctuation for you: F-Zero.
This shouldn't be a surprise after the success of the Smartphone version of Fortnite.
The Daily Star will be covering each conference with a live stream, but below you'll find a rundown of what is happening and when. When the Switch launched, its refreshingly simple design worked well, but, with the console becoming a hit, it has struggled to cope with the weekly influx of new games. Nintendo has confirmed hands-on opportunities with both games at the booth, so the E3 Direct will likely show off a lot of what those demos offer.
In typical Nintendo fashion, their slot at E3 is an unconventional one with a video presentation rather than the traditional on-stage affair.
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