Apex Legends has been delayed for Switch until 2021

Alonzo Simpson
October 24, 2020

Check out the full announcement below from Game Director, Chad Grenier.

This summer, EA announced that a Switch version of Apex Legends would be available by the end of the year. Since then, fans have been patiently waiting for the game to launch on other platforms.

Some new leaked animations in Apex Legends are potentially hinting at vehicles coming to the popular battle royale title in Season 7. One common theory is that the vehicles may be on rails, similar to the train, rather than being drivable for players to freely traverse the map. EA detailed the delay in a recent news post on the Apex Legends website; it declined to give a specific release date. Meanwhile, the game will launch on Steam on November 4 with cross-progression enabled with Origin.

Respawn Entertainment will also be launching three exclusive gun charms inspired by Valve games.

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Switch owners can expect to get their hands on Apex Legends next year.

Thus, digital gifts have been announced both for players who have already played Apex Legends on other platforms and for those who start their competitive adventure through Steam.

No news on the mobile version and the longer wait for the Nintendo Switch version will surely disappoint fans who were looking forward to playing the game on those platforms.

From Respawn Entertainment they thank the community for their patience and their understanding of the complicated situation that the development of the game is going through in these moments of uncertainty.

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