As far as gaming rumors are concerned, all of these about Fortnite's impending jump to the Switch are particularly easy to believe.
The rest of the titles were either recently confirmed or expected to be on the Nintendo Switch, with the exception of Overcooked 2, the now unannounced sequel to the cooking simulation game first released back in 2016.
That sounds like Epic have ported the whole game to Switch, not just the Battle Royale mode. The photo in question - which you can see in full below - shows a document requesting marketing materials for showroom displays promoting some E3 2018 games.
Other titles of interest include Overcooked 2, Dragon Ball FighterZ, and Killer Queen. Curiously, there is no mention of player vs. player version in the Korean rating, suggesting the Battle Royale option could come later. We can all dream.More news: Macron talks to Trump, says tariffs unlawful and a mistake
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Eurogamer says it "independently heard the list is legitimate" as well and says that we should "expect an announcement soon" for Fortnite's port in particular. Since its release past year, Fortnite has become hugely popular and has released on PS4, Xbox One, PC, iOS and, soon, Android.
Given that the Switch has a dearth of shooters, these two games would be most welcome.
It's possible they have no new first-party games to announce but again, they may just be playing it very close to the chest. The listing doesn't give much away but does serve as additional evidence that a Switch variant is likely on the way.