This video reminded me of this issue: I have certainly been aware of the fact that E.A is probably the worst supporter of the Switch among the big western devs (even Activision is better), but I'd like to see the thoughts on it here.Ã‚Â
If I had to be nice to EA I'd say 'Frostbite problems' as the most logical and understanding reason for the issues, something that is apparently being worked on. However I am not nice to E.A...
Is Activision better? They only have 1 Crash game out and nothing else. EA has Fe and 2 FIFA games, which are arguably the must better get here than Crash.Â
Though I could be wrong how much support both have given.Â
And that one even just because some random programmer liked the Switch so much that he ported it to test it on his handheld.
However, it's not just one game: you forgot Skylanders. Also, Diablo III. And Crash Team racing is coming out in 2 months, making a grand total of 4 games. In other words, they're just as bad, but not noticeably worse.
Especially considering that outside of CoD, Activision itself ain't doing much more games anymore. Nowadays, Sierra (what is the Blizzard part in Activision Blizzard is basically all that was Sierra On-line in the past) would take over Activision, not the other way around.
For instance, with 2017 and 2018 taken together, Activision released a Spyro collection, a Crash Bandicoot collection, Destiny 2, and 2 CoD, that's it. And the Destiny makers split with them in the meanwhile. Apart from CoD, they basically only do licensed games anymore, and even those are getting rare. If CoD were to crash one day, then Activision Blizzard is pretty much just Blizzard with Activision executives anymore.
So yeah, Activision didn't release much, but they don't have much, either. Not having phones don't help, either.