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Burnout Paradise Remastered

Burnout Paradise Remastered debuts on Switch today, and now we have a look as to how it stacks up against the PC version. Check out a comparison video from Nintendo World Report below.

EA is distributing Burnout Paradise Remastered for Switch both physically and digitally.

Burnout Paradise Remastered

Burnout Paradise Remastered finally makes its way to Switch today, and we have a look at the racer in action on Nintendo’s console. Find about a half hour of gameplay below.

Burnout Paradise Remastered is out now on Switch both physically and digitally.

Ahead of tomorrow’s release, EA has shared a launch trailer for Burnout Paradise Remastered on Switch. Have a look at the video below.

EA announced today that it will be bringing FIFA 21 Legacy Edition to Switch. Unfortunately, like the most recent entry in the series, players on Nintendo’s console are getting the short end of the stick.

FIFA 21 Legacy Edition comes with the latest kits and squad updates for the upcoming season as well as an updated presentation, relating to in-game menus and broadcast overlays. However, there will be no new game modes or gameplay innovations.

FIFA 21 launches worldwide on October 9, which is when we should be seeing the Switch version.

Source: EA PR

Lost in Random

EA and Zoink today announced Lost in Random, a gothic fairytale action-adventure title. A release is scheduled for 2021.

“As another new IP set in a twisted dystopia where uncertainty and chaos are feared, the game follows Even, a courageous young girl, and her living dice companion, Dicey,” EA says of the new game. “Together, the two embark on a perilous journey where they must learn to embrace the unknown and play the hand they’ve been dealt, in a bid to break the curse of Random. ”

Apex Legends

Following recent speculation regarding a Switch version of Apex Legends, the news was made official during today’s EA Play 2020 presentation. It will launch this fall.

Details about the Switch version will be shared at a later date. However, it should support cross-play with all other versions on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Here’s a refresher on Apex Legends with an overview and trailer:

Apex Legends

EA has previously indicated that it intends to give Switch additional support this year. At least in one way, that could manifest by porting the free-to-play battle royale title Apex Legends to Switch.

The speculation has come about thanks to a new article from VentureBeat. Editor Jeff Grubb, who has recently reported accurate Nintendo rumors, has suggested that an announcement regarding Apex Legends for Switch could be made during the EA Play 2020 event, which will be held tomorrow. Grub labels his piece as “informed speculation.”

The official Twitter account for Apex Legends has confirmed that it will have a news update during the presentation. However, that could be for additional content planned for the game, and there’s no official confirmation at this time.

Burnout Paradise Remastered

EA has passed along several screenshots from the new Switch version of Burnout Paradise Remastered. We have the full set below.

Burnout Paradise Remastered launches both physically and digitally for Switch on June 19.

During its financial results call a short while ago, EA provided an update on its plans going forward. Although no specifics were shared, the company revealed that it will release multiple titles on Switch this year.

EA currently has one confirmed upcoming game for Switch. As previously announced, Burnout Paradise Remastered launches June 19.

EA has brought FIFA titles to Switch since 2017, and that could continue this year. It also published Fe and Unravel Two. We spotted a rating for Unravel 1 in Brazil last month.

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Burnout Paradise Remastered

Burnout Paradise Remastered was previously thought to be releasing for Switch on June 19 after it was listed on the eShop. EA has made the news official today.

Burnout Paradise Remastered is a redone version of the 2008 game. It’ll run at 60 frames per second on Switch, and has a bunch of DLC included.

Here’s the official overview from EA:

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