Mystery EA Nintendo Switch Game Will Be One of Their “Bigger Games”
One of the biggest surprises for fans that watched the video that revealed the Nintendo Switch last month was the amount of third party developers that were confirmed to be releasing games for the new console. Even more surprising was the presence of publishers and developers that had previously ceased software support for the Wii U, including Ubisoft, Capcom and everyone’s favorite little darling EA. The now infamous photo of the software partners for the Switch was all the info that anyone had about the EA Nintendo Switch partnership for the new platform, at least until today.
At the UBS Global Technology Conference in San Francisco today, Blake Jorgensen, the Electronic Arts CFO, was quoted as saying that EA is planning to provide “a game or two” to be made for the home/portable hybrid console. He also seemed to indicate that the game would be a port, instead of a game originally intended for The Switch. “We haven’t yet announced what game, but you should assume that it’s one of our bigger games,” said Jorgensen. “We’re excited for Nintendo.” Despite this excitement, however, Jorgensen did admit some uncertainty about Nintendo’s newest device by saying: “It’s an interesting device. But I can’t yet predict how broad it’s going to be.Will people be interested in a portable device alongside their regular portable device that they have today?”
It will definitely be interesting to see what EA Nintendo Switch game comes to fruition. My money on is a new Spore game called Sportch. What game do you guys think it might be? What EA franchise would you hope to see represented on the Nintendo Switch? Let us know in the comments below!
In other Nintendo Switch news, Ubisoft’s CEO has hinted at a surprise game coming to the console. Read about that story and look out for future Nintendo Switch news here on Don’t Feed the Gamers!
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