Fortnite On Nintendo Switch Doesn't Have Save The World Mode

Fortnite On Nintendo Switch Doesn't Have Save The World Mode

In addition to local multiplayer against others playing on their Switches, you'll also get cross-platform play, against those on PCs, Macs, Xbox One, Android and iOS.

Packed with all the updates, including everything from shopping carts to the World Cup update, Fortnite Switch will be able to be played docked or handheld, for Fortnite on the go. They have yet to respond to the situation.

The Switch player then needs to be in a non-solo queue and have the game privacy setting set to either "public" or "friends".

Like other versions of Fortnite, the Switch port requires you to link up an Epic Games account in order to make use of cross-play.

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This fantastic news was shared by an Epic Games developer on Nintendo's Treehouse livestream at E3. Accounts syncing is one of the main appeals of Fortnite, and Sony is taking that away from players. However, Epic Games confirmed that Fortnite: Save The World will not be coming to Switch alongside the wildly popular Battle Royale mode.

Neither Sony nor Epic Games responded to a request for comment.

Hosted at the Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, the tournament saw 50 pro Fortnite players paired with 50 celebrities - competing for their share of a $3 million charity prize pool and a Golden Pickaxe trophy.

Instead, Switch owners will need to create a new account from scratch and lose all their progress from previous play sessions.

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