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FIFA 22 Legacy Edition

FIFA 22 Legacy Edition will be released for Switch on October 1, EA announced today.

This marks the third year in a row that Nintendo’s console will be receiving a Legacy Edition of the sports game. Unfortunately, Switch players won’t have access to new content and features like other platforms. Don’t expect much beyond kit and squad updates.

If there’s one bright spot, it’s that EA won’t be charging full price at launch. Best Buy indicates that FIFA 22 Legacy Edition will cost $39.99 on Switch.

Source: EA PR

Knockout City

Knockout City players on Switch now have access to the game’s latest update. EA and Velan Studios have started distribution of version 1.4.

While the update largely features bug fixes, a new Hero Bonus has been implemented and more. Continue on below for the full patch notes.

BioWare made one game for DS back in the day in the form of Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood. It turns out that the company was also tinkering with an exclusive entry in the Mass Effect series, but the project was ultimately scrapped.

The same team behind Sonic Chronicles was also working on something called Mass Effect: Corsair. This would have been a Star Control-inspired game set in Batarian space that ran alongside the original trilogy.

Former BioWare producer Mark Darrah told MinnMax:

Knockout City

Another fairly big update for Knockout City is now live. On Switch, the game has received version 1.3.0.

Today’s update includes fixes, further adjustments, and more. The full patch notes are included below.

Lost in Random

After it was announced last year, EA and Zoink have debuted a brand new story trailer for Lost in Random, an upcoming a gothic fairytale action-‚Äčadventure title.

Here’s an introduction to the game:

Knockout City

Knockout City has received a fairly substantial update across all platforms, including Switch. Version 1.2 is out now.

The update includes tons of fixes, performance improvements, and more. Continue on below for the full patch notes.

Knockout City

EA and Velan Studios have put out an official trailer for the first season of Knockout City. We’ve attached today’s video below.

Knockout City is due out for Switch on May 21.

Knockout City

EA and Velan Studios are giving Knockout City another opportunity to try out the game for free. Starting at launch on May 21, the game can be played for free as part of a special trial. Players can access the full “dodgebrawl” experience, including five multiplayer maps, six special balls, five playlists, and cosmetic styles.

Here’s some additional information:

EA Play Live 2021

A new EA Play Live event will air on July 22, EA has announced. Last year’s presentation was held in June, and today’s news confirms that the upcoming broadcast will take place after E3.

In 2020, EA did actually have a decent amount of Switch news. Apex Legends was announced for the platform, we heard about Lost in Random for the first time, and more.

We’ll let you know about any significant Nintendo-related news that emerges from EA Play Live 2021.

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Electronic Arts - Metalhead

Over the past few years, Metalhead Software has been making new entries in its sports series Super Mega Baseball, with the latest two games available on Switch. It’s now been announced that Electronic Arts has acquired the studio.

Today’s press release states that EA Sports and Metalhead will be working together “to grow the Super Mega Baseball franchise as well as develop new gaming and sports experiences for players worldwide.” The developer will remain at its Victoria, BC studio.


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