Sony is blocking Fortnite cross-play on Nintendo Switch

Sony is blocking Fortnite cross-play on Nintendo Switch

Sony is blocking Fortnite cross-play on Nintendo Switch

Fortnite has finally landed on Nintendo Switch, and with an absolutely huge caveat: you can't play it using your Epic account if you've EVER played Fortnite on PS4. Gaming is so popular because it's an inclusive experience.

US RETAILER Best Buy appears to have inadvertently confirmed that Netflix and YouTube are heading to the Nintendo Switch.

Fortnite Battle Royale can be downloaded for free from 6pm United Kingdom time TODAY.

Cross-platform battle royale phenomenon Fortnite's appearance on the Nintendo Switch has been long anticipated and, by now, rumored and leaked plenty, but Switch owners have been left with questions about their console's version, including its release date. You can do this on your Nintendo Switch itself when you first boot up Fortnite, or you can do so on the official Epic Games site.


After teasing an update that will allow players to gift items to one another, it looks like the new feature might be coming to the game soon.

Video game stories from other sites on the web. The game is popular with celebrities such as Drake and Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price who was diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome in May after reportedly playing "Fortnite" for too many hours. (Just for a minute, it won't kill you.) The PlayStation 4 is the top dog among the console platforms.

It isn't especially hard to make a new Epic account, but Fortnite employs a battle pass program that players buy into to receive challenges and rewards. Specifically, it includes 600 V-Bucks (in-game currency used to purchase cosmetics and emotes in battle royale), the fighter pilot-looking Wingman Outfit and the Bogey Bag Back Bling.

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