EA Games host coming to Nintendo Switch in next 12 months

Going back to what was revealed at the EA Play event, we learned that Nintendo Switch will be favored by some highly anticipated games. We are already aware of the fact that Apex Legends will be joining the Switch family.

Fortunately, Burnout Paradise, Lost In Random, and FIFA 21 were also on that list. However, our anxious minds were still wondering which games would be revealed in the next 12 months.

What emerged from Jeff Grubb was a list of games that he believes will follow. The community invests their absolute faith in him when it comes to gaming news. Therefore, we can be sure that these games will definitely be available for Switch in the next three months.

There is, however, another discomfort. Several community members wanted games like Mass Effect, Dragon Age, and Sims 4.

EA games for Nintendo Switch in the next 12 months

While this was a little disappointing, but all we can do is wait. The popularity of these three games will definitely convince EA to make things easier in the future. Sims is one of the games that everyone loves to play. To see a game like Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville chosen is difficult to digest.

However, Grubb confirmed that the following games would be available. “EA Original from Velan Studios (former friends of Vicarious Visions) Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered. Plants vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborhoodville ”

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Ambivalent news for the Switch community

Going back to the previous topic, the Switch community expected something special this time from EA. Considering the fact that games like Apex Legends, FIFA 21, NFS are coming, you could say it’s fair enough. However, when we think about it, Plants vs. Zombies isn’t really that sought after, and Hot Pursuit is just being remastered.

So, in terms of new or new products, it seems quite debatable. However, no start is small, and this could pave the way for the other games to arrive soon. We can assume that EA will consider the community response and act quickly with games like Sims 4 or Dragon Age. For now, what do you think about the seven games coming to Nintendo Switch?