Increasingly, Nintendo Switch presents itself as an excellent alternative to Xbox One and PS4, especially since it started receiving some of the most popular games today. However, not everything is going smoothly this end of year.
During EA Play Live 2020, it was confirmed that Apex Legends would be one of the 7 games that EA would bring to Nintendo Switch in 2020, but it will not happen. Apparently, the team of programmers is not satisfied with the progress made and ended up revealing that they need more time.
So, in order to “do justice to the game and make it the great experience that Switch players deserve”, the launch of Apex Legends for the Nintendo console was postponed to 2021. Unfortunately, they did not risk pointing to a specific date.
COVID-19 pandemic made yet another victim in the world of video games
Since the COVID-19 pandemic was established earlier this year, the many market segments have been hit hard. The world of video games was no exception and, with most teams of programmers being forced to resort to remote work, there were long delays.
After several high-profile titles have seen their release date postponed, now it’s Apex Legends’ turn. This Battle Royale managed to conquer a prominent place in the world of video games, managing to rival Fortnite, PUBG and Call of Duty Mobile.
With its eventual arrival on the Nintendo Switch, we are sure to see its number of active players rise exponentially, especially as support for cross-platform. For players on PC, it is also worth remembering that Apex Legends will also be available on Steam from November 4th.
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