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Cobretti2 said:
sc94597 said:

This isn't necessarily the case. Most EA games, for example, could easily be scaled to Switch performance levels without too much effort or even compromises. Yet they don't come to the platform, nevertheless. An there is nobody more money-hungry/profit-seeking than EA, in the industry.

“Any time we’re evaluating platform conversations we’re really looking at a couple of things,” said Wilson. “One, does the game really fit the profile of that platform in terms of the control or the community ecosystem? Two, do we think the community playing on that platform would appreciate the game and go there, or would they prefer to play it somewhere else?

“We have a lot of data that would suggest a great many Switch owners also own a PlayStation 4 or an Xbox One or a PC and very often choose to play the games that we make on those platforms, even though they have a Switch and they enjoy a lot of great content on the Switch."

Best thing EA did was not bother trying on Switched. Saved me money on my other systems and ignored their micro transaction infested games.

EA is still stinking up the joint with FC '24 (I keep calling it FIFA) on Switch, but there are actually a few smaller games released in a decent state worthy of  respect like It Takes Two and Tales of Kenzara: ZAU.