During the stream, Nintendo is also expected to unveil Fortnite: Battle Royale for the Switch, a game that has already seen record sales on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One since its Early Access release previous year.
Fortnite is out now on Xbox One, PS4, PC, and mobile devices.
If you play the game on PlayStation 4 and want to log in with your Epic account on Switch, you won't be able to as Sony has prohibited players from carrying over their account to Nintendo Switch. It goes live at 1 p.m. EDT.
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Morgan told the BBC : "We play our cricket pretty hard, positively and aggressively, so we'll continue to do that". "If the ICC and other worldwide teams look at this game they will see we are not an add on".
Epic Games does an awesome job of constantly adding new items, in-game events, and gameplay modes into Fortnite on a regular basis across all the platforms.
We'll have more information for you once it's available, but for now, head down to the comments section and let us know if you're going to be playing Fortnite on Switch later today! Keep checking back with GameSpot soon for more on Fortnite on Switch.
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On that note, Porsche is aiming for a range of over 500km between charges, and there are some serious performance claims too. Porsche also haven't ruled out selling an entry-level rear-wheel-drive variant later on down the track.
As you'd expect, Fortnite on Switch will also feature multiplayer, but there doesn't seem to be any support for local multiplayer.
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.
Still, all will be revealed during Nintendo's pre-recorded E3 press conference later today which starts streaming at 5pm United Kingdom time.
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