08 February, 2017
"As soon as that period is up, we port it to the PlayStation 4, and I would love to be on Nintendo", he told us. This gives light to the nature of the game as the developers only refer to it as "EA Sports FIFA on Nintendo Switch" since it was announced last month.
That ease of software development has also been felt by Nintendo?s internal developers.
Fans all around were ecstatic to see EA bring Federation Internationale de Football Association to the Switch, however, not too long after did rumors start to go around that the game will be built using a last-gen software. But with the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo changed things up.
In a recent interview with TIME Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima has cleared up comments regarding Nintendo working on a successor to the Nintendo 3DS.
Nintendo is actively pursuing third-party support by securing deals with developers to create games for its new console.
The announcement of Federation Internationale de Football Association coming to the Nintendo Switch at the Switch Presentation in Tokyo was all sorts of vague.
Sporting a Tegra mobile processor, some are anxious that the Nintendo Switch is far less powerful than the Xbox One or PS4, and as such, third-party support may be scarce. Takashi continued by saying that he hopes independent developers will be drawn to the Switch by the "unique and compelling" content that his company will create. While it is extremely high end for a portable system (which it also is), as a console, it falls far short of the Xbox One, let alone the PS4.
Miyamoto stopped short of claiming that Nintendo would use Unreal to make games, but the company is obviously de-emphasizing the importance of its own tools as the sole solution for building games on the Switch.
Reggie Fils-Aime added that, after Nintendo Switch, the gaming company will be focusing on producing more stocks of the NES Classic Edition console.
Millions of gamers around the world are now excited for the upcoming release of the Nintendo Switch console.
All of this is just speculation until EA Sports reveals more concrete details about Federation Internationale de Football Association 18 later this year.
The Switch has become a very sought after item and shortages may occur when the console is out on March 3rd, 2017.