Apex Legends’ Nintendo Switch Version Release Date Revealed
Season 8 of Apex Legends has finally arrived, introducing the newest Legend Fuse, who seems to have a knack for all manner of explosives. A Nintendo Switch version of the game has been supposed to be on the way as well, though, since its initial announcement, it was delayed until the Fall of 2020, then later it was expected to arrive alongside Season 8 that launched on February 2nd. Alas, the title still hasn’t made an appearance, but thankfully, it seems that the Nintendo port is still on the way and fans will only need to wait a little while longer.
A recent blog post has arrived officially announcing players will soon be able to play Apex Legends on the Nintendo Switch. thanks to the help of Panic Button. Though the title will be on the smallest screen yet, the developers were proud to announce several optimizations that will allow the game to support cross-platform play, full feature parity to other versions of the game, as well as access to the latest seasonal content, all while being able to play on the go.
As for a release date, Apex Legends will be arriving on the Nintendo Switch on March 9th, a little over amonth into the launch of Season 8, which happened earlier this week. In order to make up for coming in after a few weeks of Season 8, the developers are also looking to give Apex Legends players on the Nintendo Switch 30 free levels of the Battle Pass on top of giving players Double XP for the first two weeks after launch.
We’re proud to announce that Apex Legends launches on Nintendo Switch on March 9th, 2021.
— Apex Legends (@PlayApex) February 2, 2021
Outside the upcoming release onto Nintendo Switch, Apex Legends is currently available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Will you be trying out playing the game on a more mobile platform than a majority of consoles these days? Let us know your thoughts on the arrival of Apex Legends on Nintendo Switch and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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