It's important to note that the Switch version of Fortnite only features the free Battle Royale mode and not the PvE-centric Save the World campaign. However, it's worth pointing out that millions of people play Fortnite daily, and that cases like these are the outlier, not the norm, so fans of the game shouldn't have to worry about it ever actually being banned. 48 percent disagreed that cross-platform play would be a reason to buy a game they may have ignored compared to 17 percent who agreed and 49 percent of respondents disagreed that cross-platform functionality would make them more likely to play online than they now do, compared to 17 percent who agreed. You can see the full list of competitors on Fortnite's website.
"This Fortnite account is associated with a platform which does not allow it to operate on Switch", the screen reads. (2044MB, to be exact.) It specifies this will be the free-to-play, 100-plaer battle royale. It's available to download and play today, starting at 10:00 a.m. PT.
This effectively means that players on the Switch will not have access to any of the progress or cosmetic items they may have collected in their existing accounts if they had already used the account on the PS4.
Trump, Kim shake hands to begin historic summit
Mr Trump later said he would halt USA military exercises in South Korea , something widely seen as a concession. Warmbier was arrested in North Korea in 2016 and was charged with spying. "I explained it", he said.
With just hours to go until the Nintendo Direct E3 2018 live stream, at least one surprise appears to have been thoroughly spoiled by leaks and data mines.
In addition to "Fortnite", Nintendo announced several other new games, including "Super Mario Party", "DaemonXMachina", and a new story pack for "Xenoblade Chronicles 2", all coming in the next 12 months.
Iraq Ballot Warehouse Fire 'Deliberate'
The move could undermine nationalist cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, who's bloc won the largest amount of seats in the elections. The June 11 report said the suspects included three police officers and an employee of Iraq's elections commission.