Fortnite has launched for the Nintendo Switch and owners of the hybrid console are enjoying the battle royale title. Aside from the game coming to Switch, Fortnite is also getting full support for Turtle Beach headphones.
Aside from announcing support for Turtle Beach headphones for Fornite on Nintendo Switch, Turtle has also announced its “largest lineup of gaming headsets available” for Nintendo Switch.
It goes without saying that audio quality is very important for Fortnite players as it provides players with situational awareness and Turtle Beach headphones are one of the best in the market. Check out the full list of supported Turtle beach headsets here. According to CEO of Turtle Beach, Juergen Stark:
Epic Games bringing their own in-game chat system to the Switch with Fortnite is a brilliant move, as gamers can now enjoy the best audio experience, which relies on the best gaming headsets for success. Epic’s bold move seemingly opens the doors for developers of future online multiplayer titles coming to Nintendo Switch to follow their lead and implement in-game chat systems, which is great news overall for Nintendo, for Turtle Beach, and most importantly…for gamers.
Speaking of Nintendo Switch, the hybrid console isn’t getting a virtual console and according to Nintendo, Switch online is the successor to the virtual console.
According to Reggie Fils-Aimé, Switch users will be getting retro games through Switch Online and not only that, the portfolio of retro games available through the service will be increased furthermore.
The Virtual Console successor is Nintendo Switch Online, right? With the mentality that says we’re going to be offering a slate of games, and it’s a slate that’s going to increase over time. For many of these games, there’s going to be additional online capability provided in those games. That’s the vision we have for how to best bring our legacy content to Nintendo Switch.
Fornite is a free-to-play Battle Royale title developed by Epic Games for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.