Best Buy 'error' reveals Netflix and YouTube apps for the Nintendo Switch

Best Buy 'error' reveals Netflix and YouTube apps for the Nintendo Switch

Best Buy 'error' reveals Netflix and YouTube apps for the Nintendo Switch

On the Nintendo Switch, Fortnite players can have the complete Battle Royale experience. Gaming is so popular because it's an inclusive experience.

Regardless, Fortnite's battle royale is a great addition to the Nintendo Switch catalog as it brings some intense competitive play to the system. 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.

A trailer announcing the game's arrival on Nintendo Switch was also revealed, so feel free to check it out below if you're not sure what all the hype is about.

Nintendo announced via livestream at E3 in California that Fortnite - which has more than 40 million players on PC, Xbox One, Playstation 4 and mobile phones - arrives on Nintendo Switch today.

Video game stories from other sites on the web. But if you're looking to cross-play with your PS4 buddies, that won't be possible as Sony have allegedly blocked any crossplay between the PS4 and Fortnite Switch versions. Boo!

What is Fortnite Battle Royale? Previously Sony had explained that their decision to not allow cross-play was to "protect their players' security", but they have chosen to not make any comment on why they're deciding to stay out of such an inclusive platform game.

Using the Shotgun Tool, Aarons was able to see plenty of details for the free-to-play game, including the fact that it will be released tomorrow, June 12. It's a complex, silly, and - most importantly - free game that's available on almost every platform: PC, Mac, iPhone/iPad, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Each tier costs 150 V-Bucks.

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