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How to Record Fortnite on Nintendo Switch

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If you’re playing Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch and hitting some terrible shots on the battlefield, you might be wondering how you can clip your Fortnite highlights and look at them at a later time. Luckily, there are a few different ways you can accomplish this. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, what follows is a walkthrough for recording your gameplay in Fortnite using a Nintendo Switch.

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How to Record Fortnite on Nintendo Switch

Both the standard Nintendo Switch and the Switch Lite include a capture button located on the left side of the device, in case you were unaware of this fact already. The capture button is indicated by a square button that is black in colour and is located directly below the navigation keys.

The following is a rundown of the procedures to follow in order to record your gaming on Switch:

1. Start up Fortnite on your Switch and have some fun with it. Launching the game is the first thing you need to do in order to start recording gameplay on Switch for Fortnite. After that, go into the match and wait until you want to record the final few moments until you start recording them.

2. While holding down the capture button, press the button. Simply press and maintain your finger on the “capture” button whenever you want to record a certain moment. As was indicated previously, it is represented by a square button that is black and is located directly below the navigation keys. If you follow those steps, you will be able to save the final thirty seconds of the game.

How to Record Fortnite on Nintendo Switch

3. Hold off until you see the message that the file was saved successfully. After you have pushed the capture button, you will see a saving icon that is spinning in the upper left corner of the screen. This will be followed by a message that says “Successfully saved” in the same location on the screen. This notice verifies that the video clip was successfully downloaded to the device where it was being used.

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