Apex Legends, the youngest member of “Battle Royal” games that have grown in popularity in recent years, is coming to Nintendo Switch after a long break. The game, which will feature the same features as cross-gameplay and all other versions, will be accessible from the Switch from March 9.
The Nintendo Switch version of Apex Legends, announced by developer electronic arts, has been long awaited by gamers. The game, which brings the action of “Battle Royal” with its sci-fi style, continues to host a considerable audience of players.
Apex Legends Game Director Chad Grenier, speaking as part of the version released for Nintendo Switch, considers the issue as follows; “The Nintendo Switch version cross-platform of Apex Legends includes our latest season content and full feature similarity to other versions of the game.”
In addition, let’s remember that Apex Legends was released in early 2019 and the Switch version was announced in June last year.
In addition, as part of the game’s Switch release shortly after the eighth season, which is released these days, EA will make an extra move not to victimize Switch players.
In this context, EA said, “Since we are out a few weeks after the start of the eighth season, Switch players will be given 30 free levels for season eight battle passes. The first two weeks after launch, playing on the Switch will earn you double XP.”