A game developer may have just leaked the biggest news for Nintendo fans - Fortnite on Switch

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Indie game developer Iron Galaxy Studios currently has an opening for a director of game design.

Its best-known works are, according to the listing right now:

“…the critically acclaimed Killer Instinct, and Divekick; which are complimented by our technically superb work on the Skyrim switch port.”

But according to the original listing spotted yesterday, its best-known works were:

“…the critically acclaimed Killer Instinct, and Divekick; which are complimented by our technically superb Fortnite and Skyrim Switch ports.”

Whoops.

Nintendo fans are praying that wasn’t a typo, or that because it didn’t actually read “Fortnite Switch port”, it wasn’t just referring to the mobile version of Fortnite.

Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, isn’t commenting. Nintendo certainly isn’t commenting. And Iron Galaxy isn’t commenting on the clarification.

But Donald Mustard, Epic’s worldwide creative director, has mentioned he would like to see Fortnite on the Switch at some stage.

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