Love them or hate them, EA are one of the biggest publishers on the planet and their support is generally vital to most formats. FIFA, Unravel Two, Bulletstorm and Fe are currently the only EA-published games available on Nintendo’s latest platform and because of that EA has come under fire.
EA recently said that they don’t take the Switch too seriously as they believe most their fans own the other consoles anyway, That came directly from their CEO, Andrew Wilson, but it seems now that they are backtracking on those statements. Chief studios officer, Laura Miele, had this to say to Game Informer:
Yes. We invested with FIFA. We had good success there. I love that we have such a great global reach and global presence on that platform with that game. We are absolutely looking at more Switch games in our portfolio, so more to come on that. We’re not going to announce anything as of yet. But it is absolutely a platform we’re looking at for some of our more successful games.