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Apex Legends recently found its way to Switch, and Digital Foundry has now examined the port in greater detail. Aside from covering frame rate and resolution, the outlet also explored changes that were made to get it running on Nintendo’s console.

Below are the notable tidbits:

Apex Legends has received a new update, bringing the game to version 1.0.7. It includes adjustments and fixes, some of which are Switch-specific (though they haven’t been detailed).

Below are the full patch notes:

Following the release of Apex Legends on Switch, GameXplain has put together a comparison video for the game. We’re now able to see how it stacks up to the title running on a PS4.

Here’s the full video:

Now that Apex Legends has arrived on Switch, footage of the shooter is starting to emerge. Take a look at nearly a half hour of gameplay below.

Apex Legends is out now on Switch via the eShop.

To celebrate the release of Apex Legends on Switch, EA and Respawn Entertainment have prepared a new launch trailer. Give it a look below.

Apex Legends is out now on Switch as an eShop download.

The wait for Apex Legends on Switch is almost over, as the game is scheduled to launch tomorrow. Famitsu caught up with Respawn and Panic Button to discuss the port in more detail just ahead of its release.

According to Panic Button technical director Andy Boggs, Apex Legends will run at 720p when docked. If you’re playing in portable mode, it’ll be 576p. The frame rate is 30 FPS in both modes.

Apex Legends launches for Switch via the eShop on March 9.

EA and Respawn Entertainment have prepared a brand new gameplay trailer for the Switch version of Apex Legends. Get a look at the video below.

Apex Legends launches for Switch on March 9.

EA and Respawn have published an official release date announcement for Apex Legends on Switch, which is slated for March 9. It comes with the confirmation that Panic Button was involved with the port.

Panic Button most recently ported Doom Eternal to Switch. The company has handled a number of other ports for the system as well.

Here’s the full announcement:

The long-awaited Switch version of Apex Legends finally has a release date. The game will launch on March 9 in the west and March 10 in Japan, EA and Respawn have announced.

All Switch players will be given 30 free levels for the Season 8 Battle Pass. You can also earn double XP by playing the Switch version between March 9 and March 23.

In Japan, a “Champion Edition” is planned for retail on March 18.

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We’re still waiting to hear when exactly Apex Legends is landing on Switch, but a new wireless controller based on the game is arriving very soon. In fact, it’s popped up on Amazon with a February 3 release date – that would be tomorrow.

Here’s the official product description for the controller, which is made by PowerA: