Epic Games Releases the Year's Biggest Battle Royale on Switch - Fortnite

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To be absolutely clear, there are no work arounds whatsoever.

Regardless, Fortnite's battle royale is a great addition to the Nintendo Switch catalog as it brings some intense competitive play to the system. Not now, not ever. The game's Save the World mode is not coming to Nintendo Switch, a representative for Epic Games told GameSpot.

The schoolgirl, nine, was taken to rehab after she became addicted to the online multiplayer game, Fortnite. Unlike Sony, Nintendo has shown a willingness to allow cross-platform play with Xbox, so we'll have to see if that's something that will be available.

The report says that the girl's parents bought her an Xbox One in January and she downloaded Fortnite right away.

While it does sound rage-inducing, we have to look at it from the PS4's perspective.

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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.

Don't panic - we had this problem ourselves, and it's actually a simple fix. Gamers who have tried have been met with a "Login failed" message. While the contestants probably won't be playing on Switch, the announcement of a new version is a nice way to lead into the main event. Fortunately, the question of whether or not Fortnite on the Switch supports cross platform play is easy to answer. Repeat the first section of this guide to learn more.

The verdict on the Switch port so far: It plays well and there's little to complain about.

Create a new account on Nintendo Switch and give it whatever username you can think of at the time.

A young girl in the United Kingdom has been sent to rehab after her parents claim she became so addicted to a video game she refused to stop playing, even to use the bathroom.

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