As we quickly move closer to this year's E3, rumors regarding upcoming games have been intensifying. Just last week, we heard rumors that Fortnite might be coming to the Nintendo Switch, and it seems that Nintendo may have just confirmed the release.
As spotted by Twitter user @NWPlayer123 through a Discord channel, Nintendo has uploaded update data for Fortnite onto its content delivery network (CDN). The fact that the content is already being uploaded onto Nintendo's servers could indicate that a release might not be too far off. The company today announced its E3 presentation, which is where the announcement is most likely to take place.
Rumors have pointed to many other games being announced at the event, such as the acclaimed Dragon Ball FighterZ, Paladins and even games such as Killer Queen Black, which has been completely unheard of so far.
The company itself has revealed some details of its presence at the largest gaming event of the year such as the presence of Super Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai and that the recently announced Pokémon Let's Go games will be playable on the show floor. Nintendo's presentation is scheduled for next Tuesday at 9:00 AM Pacific Time.