Electronic Arts (EA) is sending a very confusing message to their fans. Last month, the CEO said they did not see Nintendo Switch as a priority, doubting the arrival of new games for the handheld.
Now one of the company's top executives said they are looking forward to adding new games for Nintendo Switch to their portfolio. Laura Miele's recent statements in an interview with Game Informer have left fans extremely confused.
Will EA games on Nintendo Switch be a reality, or an illusion?
At this point, it is difficult to say with certainty what will be the final path chosen by the company. The CEO said without a doubt that fans of his games do not want to see titles coming to Nintendo Switch. Andrew Wilson based his claim on the fact that players who have a Switch usually have one of the other consoles (PS4 or Xbox One).
However, the Sims 4 has been questioned on several occasions about the possibility of reaching the handheld console, but it seems that this will not happen.
EA games on Nintendo Switch could be a real success if the company could offer the same level of gameplay and features. I remind you that FIFA 20 will be available, but will simply come with a team upgrade, with no new features. These options by EA leave your fans frustrated and disappointed …
On the other hand, recent rumors have revealed that the company will release the new Plants vs Zombies for the Nintendo console. While this possible release makes perfect sense, it should not influence the arrival of the remaining games.
As far as The Sims 4 is concerned, it would be a success considering its offline features. However, the company would have to be able to develop game mechanics compatible with the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, it seems that this investment is not justified in EA's eyes.
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