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However, you might notice that they also now have a ZL button as well as Plus, Minus and Home buttons. I'm actually guessing they don't even really try.
We are also looking forward to accompanying details.
The excitement surrounding the Nintendo Switch continues to be outrageous, but it's nothing in comparison to the hype building for Nintendo's E3 2018 presence. Battle royale still isn't big on the Nintendo Switch but it appears that owners will soon get to play Fortnite.
Neither Nintendo nor developer Epic Games have confirmed that Fortnite is in development for the Switch, but with so much data supporting its existence at this point, an announcement seems inevitable.
The leak features some more interesting titles that are apparently heading to the Switch, like Paladins and Dragon Ball FighterZ? Maybe some gameplay, maybe a few little things here and there, but MP4 feels like it's still a ways off.
The "Best Sellers" tab now has the ability to switch between "All Games" and "Download-Only Games" by simply pressing the L and R buttons.
From the image below we can see the 10 Switch games showing up in GameStop's database. We have to assume that the free-to-play game mode will make alongside the games single-player mode it wouldn't make sense if it didn't.
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 it comes to leaking games, Nintendo seems to have a odd way of dealing with such mistakes.
It looks like Nintendo may have let the cat out of the bag in regard to Fortnite and its possible release on Nintendo Switch, if a system update is to be believed.