Published: Tue, June 12, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Fortnite Nintendo Switch eShop Information Suggests A June 12, 2018 Debut

Fortnite Nintendo Switch eShop Information Suggests A June 12, 2018 Debut

The girl reportedly hit her dad in the face when they took the Xbox One away, which they had bought for her back in January. The port is out today, and only contains the game's Battle Royale mode, but will allow you to jump in for free and play probably the biggest game in the world right now. "We got called in by her head teacher asking if everything was OK".

Fortnite is the latest fixation for gamers - with more than 40 million people across the world downloading it since it launched previous year.

Nintendo announced via livestream at E3 in California that Fortnite - which has more than 40 million players on PC, Xbox One, Playstation 4 and mobile phones - arrives on Nintendo Switch today.

When they asked their daughter what was wrong, she turned "unusually argumentative and aggressive".

The parents limited her playing time to one hour during weekdays and two hours during the weekends.

She tearfully confessed she had been getting up in the middle of the night while they were asleep, sometimes playing the game until 5am.

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Carol said her "backside was red-raw, she was so hooked to the game she wouldn't even go to the toilet".

But after her father discovered her sitting on a urine-soaked cushion, the child came clean about her addiction.

Later on, the girl became withdrawn and disinterested in prior hobbies, like going to the gym and taking ballet classes.

"This is a serious issue which is destroying our little girl's life and someone needs to step in to ban it before it becomes an epidemic".

Steve Pope, the addictions counselor who has been treating Carol and Richard's daughter, said that parents have been reaching out to him about their children, who are as young as 8, and their Fortnite addictions.

But experts fear many children are at risk of developing mental health problems as a result of over-exposure to violent and addictive video games.

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