While Madden NFL was a mainstay on Nintendo platforms, the series has been absent in its consoles for nearly a decade. As per a recent job listing at EA, however, that will finally be shifting.
EA's long-running football simulation series continues to sell well, despite overt criticism from what sounds like a vast majority of its participant base. The franchise's latest iteration, Madden NFL 21, drew heavy complaints from players, giving the game an egregiously low score on Metacritic. The name's glitched physics, many gameplay bugs and an overall perceived lack of polish in launch led it to be recorded among the most disappointing games of 2020, with fans at one point getting the hashtag NFLDropEA to fad on Twitter.
Upon further inspection, one of those sections under job requirements asks for two years of expertise working on"Microsoft, Sony or Nintendo game consoles" While it may not be too far to go off of, previous similar job listings at EA have not mentioned Nintendo as part of their standards. The last time that the series needed a presence on almost any Nintendo platform was Madden NFL 13 about the Wii U. Back in 2018, EA had stated they didn't intend on bringing the series to the Switch, but the business giant is apparently changing its tune with the hybrids.
Should the concept supporting the job listing be accurate, it might signal an ongoing shift in the connection between the big N and Electronic Arts, with several of its franchises getting available on the mobile console. The company has ported its free-to-play battle royale name Apex Legends to Switch. Unfortunately, the console's lack of processing power compared to its Xbox, PlayStation, and PC counterparts has led many fans to vent about the Apex Shift port. Muddy images, poor textures, and lowered framerates have turned many fans off from trying to play the fast-paced FPS on the platform.
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