Electronic Arts is moving towards a different marketing style as the company has revealed they will be bringing almost all of their games to Steam platform on PC. Origin was originally the only way to download and play games like Battlefield or The Sims. They also have 7 different titles lined up for Nintendo Switch and some of them are AAA titles.
Being able to play FIFA 21 on your Switch while you are on a train or simply have some free hours during office would be super fun. The developers have also confirmed that they would launch Burnout Remastered which is an addition that nostalgic gamers would look forward to, especially when it is available on a Nintendo console.
The racing game has never felt old despite being around for more than a decade now and continues to stay fresh because of the burnout concept. A big reveal is the inclusion of Apex Legends, the most sought after competitive game of the season. When it launches on Nintendo Switch, you will actually be able to compete with lots of gamers online and on multiple platforms, if it supports crossplay.
According to the EA conference, almost all their multiplayer titles are going to support cross play in the near future. While it might not be easy to aim your gun against gamers from PC or PS4, it still allows you to join your friends who are already playing Apex Legends.
A slew of other games are also set for launch on the Switch console by Electronic Arts including Grubb, Lost in Random and Plans Vs Zombies Battle for Neighborville. With so many amazing games and adding up to the list is Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, an old classic racer, it is hard to ignore the Switch now. The decision to allow lots of other platformers and game titles into the Nintendo ecosystem is sure paying off big time, as players could finally enjoy more than just Mario on this hybrid gaming console.