The relationship between EA and fans of the Nintendo platforms has been pretty bumpy lately. On the one hand, Nintendo fans are pushed aside forever when it comes to FIFA, on the other hand, EA does seem determined to bring lots of games to Switch in due course.
In a new interview with GamesIndustry.biz, EA SVP Mike Blank discussed the company’s current stance on the publication of its products on Switch. He points to the fact that EA has already announced that it will bring seven new games to the Nintendo console in the next year, and points out that EA Play ̵
“There are amazing games on this platform and we expect we’ll be bringing more games to the Switch over time. I think if we have the opportunity to get our subscription over there and have an even bigger portfolio on the.” To bring Switch, we will. “
We always investigate this with our platform partners, be it Switch or Steam or Epic or Xbox or Sony. We want to be where the players are. While I have nothing to announce here, I would assume that we will continue to bring more games and great experiences to Switch. “
So the suggestion here is that EA appears to be open to releasing more games on Switch beyond the seven already announced for the next 12 months, and that the launch of next-gen systems won’t cause EA to completely shut down the Switch to ignore. If EA Play were launched on Switch and the service was of similar quality to other platforms, it would surely help Nintendo’s computer keep up with its shiny, more powerful industry peers.
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