Chapter 3, Season 1 is live and many players have already gotten their first taste of what the new Island, and the Unreal 5 engine, are capable of. With so many new mechanics, weapons, skins, and more, it is a great time to get back into playing Fortnite.
Fortnite remains a success on pretty much every platform that it has been released on, including the Nintendo Switch.
The game is playable on almost any platform. Hence, it runs fine on Switch, and players even got a special console release dedicated to Fortnite, complete with joycons that reference the game’s popular banana Skin, Peely.
How To Change Your Name in Fortnite For Nintendo Switch
However, the game being on Switch means more casual players are trying the game out since there was a surge in sales for the console during the height of the pandemic.
Some Fortnite Switch players have had a hard time changing their public name on the game but it is not that difficult.
All players have to do is sign in to the game, click their name on top of the profile, select public profile, then click update, which they should see below your name.
While most Fortnite players are aware of this, a younger or more casual audience might not know these things as they are too focused on shooting other players and grinding the Chapter 3, Season 1 Battle Pass.
Once Fortnite players have changed their name, they can continue having that signature Fortnite gameplay proven to be a big success for Epic Games.
The fact that it is available on nearly every gaming platform for sale, aside from iPhones due to that ongoing lawsuit, shows how on-demand this shooter has been since its initial release.
Most people see Fortnite as the face of the battle royale genre, and people cannot blame anyone for that, though there are indeed some PUBG players who will take offense to that.
Fortnite ended up becoming a more appealing experience thanks to it being free-to-play and having some more attractive character models, among other things.
Fortnite is available on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices.