Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
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Freedom Planet Is Officially Coming To Nintendo Switch This Autumn

Freedom Planet Is Officially Coming To Nintendo Switch This Autumn

It is now available in Steam Early Access and will launch on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC this year.

Nintendo is now only a week away from showing off their plans for E3 but it seems GameStop has nearly jumped the gun adding 10 full price Switch titles to their online inventory. Heavily supported rumors suggest some major third party support coming to Nintendo in Fortnite and Dragon Ball FighterZ, putting the Switch in a place Nintendo consoles frankly haven't been before.

With Fortnite now available on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and iOS; the Switch is pretty much the last big platform to be missing a version of the game.

"According to our research, teams from around the world will be competing at the Splatoon 2 World Championship in Los Angeles during E3". And even before developers hit the E3 stage, unofficial reports and leaks became a normal thing. Rather than announcing games and then just disappearing, Nintendo will also be showcasing new games over three days in the Nintendo Treehouse. It'll also be playable on Switch at E3 if you happen to be making it to the big show this year.

We should hear more information about Fortnite's future during Nintendo's E3 livestream on Tuesday, June 12th, at 9:00 AM PT. 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.

When it comes to leaking games, Nintendo seems to have a unusual way of dealing with such mistakes.

At the moment purple and black are the only color options we see.

Elsewhere, updates on Metroid Prime 4 and the 2019 Pokémon RPG seem unlikely as they're still a ways off, though Bayonetta 3 is a safe bet for a spot in the limelight.

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