FIFA 22 will also be available on Nintendo Switch with the now traditional Legacy Edition, therefore an edition that will update the contents but will not boast the same features present on the other platforms.
Released on October 1, FIFA 22 was officially presented today with a spectacular reveal trailer which will be followed by the inevitable in-depth analysis based on gameplay during EA Play Live 2021, on July 22nd.
Of course the price of the Legacy Edition of FIFA 22 for Nintendo Switch will be adapted in some way to the limitations of this version, and in fact it should be available in stores for 39.99 euros.
The failure to announce the much talked about Nintendo Switch Pro, which however could still arrive, also implies situations like this, in which the hardware makes the difference compared to the implementation of the most recent and sophisticated technologies.
A gap that the Japanese hybrid console has shown in recent times to be able to fill with the various Cloud Version, but it is obviously a path that Electronic Arts did not want to take for FIFA 22.