Nintendo Switch Could Be Getting Officially Licensed GameCube Controllers


Will it make a good fit for Nintendo Switch?

Something we might see at the show comes in the form of another version of Luigi's Mansion for the Switch - something we suspect after another classification has been filed by Nintendo last month. It seems as though Fortnite will be parachuting on to Nintendo Switch, a move that will most likely be confirmed at E3 next week. According to an earlier blog post by Fortnite; they were working towards adding new features to the game, one of them being, making it compatible for a different gaming platform, they also had officially announced its availability for Android run smart phones. Invitational Tournament begins. And throughout the duration of E3, Nintendo Treehouse will be broadcasting live gameplay demos and interviews.

You might not have heard of it, but next week is the 2018 Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 for short. Are you an old-school Smasher who just can't imagine yourself playing the game with anything other than it? Let us break this to you now, though: Mother 3 is never going to be localised. We had a comprehensive version of Mario Kart 8, two easy contenders for game of the year in Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild and Super Mario Odyssey along with the popular Splatoon 2 and a straight up avalanche of mostly great indie games. Nintendo is the first company to kick off Tuesday, running from 9:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. PT. We'll be covering the Direct as it happens here at SlashGear, so be sure to check back here for more. While we won't know for certain until next week what Nintendo has in store for us we can assume they have a lot lined up for us.

The games listed in the leak include Fortnite, FIFA 19, Paladins, Killer Queen Black, and Overcooked. Developed by Radiation Blue, the game will be available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this year.