At the Nintendo Switch Presentation, EA official VP Patrick Soderlund came in front of an audience to declare the distributer’s support for the new platform called the Nintendo Switch. They declared their support with a single game, FIFA 17. There were no extra titles declared from EA’s extensive stable of games. That would’ve included titles like Battlefield, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, or any of the other EA Sports game.
FIFA 17 will be the main game from EA for the Nintendo Switch for the time being
In a meeting with IGN, Soderlund said that EA picked FIFA 17 since it’s the organization’s greatest image with the vastest reach. Like with the Wii U however, it appears that EA will proceed with support for the Nintendo Switch completely based upon the console’s prosperity. Besides, it will also rely on the sales of EA games on that stage.
We’ve seen this circumstance some time recently. Be that as it may, the last time there was more excitement. Previous EA CEO John Riccitiello joined Nintendo in front of an audience at E3 vowing an extraordinary association for the Wii U. The full rundown of EA games on the Wii U came to FIFA 13, Madden NFL 13, Mass Effect 3, and Need for Speed: Most Wanted. In one-quarter, Wii U deals represented 1.3 percent of EA’s product income. Just $9 million of a $695 million aggregate. After that, EA left the Wii U. Leaving that four-game list as its lone support for the Wii U console.