Published On: Sat, Jun 20th, 2020

Respawn Says Apex Legends Looks "Really Good" And Runs "Very Well" On Switch


One of a highlights during yesterday’s EA Play Live eventuality was when Respawn Entertainment announced it would be bringing a renouned free-to-play conflict royale Apex Legends to a Nintendo Switch this Fall.

Although we’re nonetheless to see any footage of this version, diversion executive Chad Grenier assures fans it’s moulding adult easily – even if it has been a large plea to move to a hybrid platform. It’ll also embody suit control support and gyro aim functionality.

Here’s his full criticism about a arriving Nintendo release, during an talk with GameSpot:

It’s a large challenge. We’ve been operative on it for awhile. It’s not though a challenges, though I’ll contend it’s looking unequivocally good and using unequivocally well. Obviously it’s a opposite platform, and we have to make some changes to a diversion to get it to run there. It’s got suit controls, so we’re ancillary that, so that takes some time to support – a gyro aim functionality. It’s a lot of work, though it’s entrance along nicely. We’re contrast it during this point, creation certain that it’s good to go. It’s value it. We’re outrageous fans of Nintendo, so I’m privately unequivocally vehement to only move a diversion to Switch and we can take it on a go and play it when I’m with my kids or whatever.

On tip of suit controls, Apex Legends on Switch facilities a new cross-platform support. Yep, in further to being means to play a diversion on a go, you’ll be means to patrol adult with your friends on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC around Origin and Steam.

Are we looking brazen to dropping into a terrain when this pretension arrives on a Switch? Tell us down below.

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