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Fortnite players aren't satisfied with Sony's response to the PlayStation-Nintendo Switch controversy

Business Insider Thursday, 14 June 2018
Fortnite players aren't satisfied with Sony's response to the PlayStation-Nintendo Switch controversy--------------------· *After it became clear that Fortnite players who owned a Nintendo Switch and a PlayStation 4 were only able to use their account on one of the platforms, players were not happy with Sony.*
· *The company issued a response, but they didn't directly address the Switch and it left many players...
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