In Japan, the FIFA video game franchise hasn’t been very popular among gamers, but that has changed thanks to Nintendo Switch.
This year, the video game industry was caught in an intense battle against lootboxes, with many European countries calling lootboxes gambling and demanding companies to stop selling them to children.
After nearly a year of waiting, FIFA 18 now supports native video capture on Nintendo Switch.
EA has slashed down the price of FIFA 18 by 50% to USD29.99 on the Switch eShop in North America.
EA and Nintendo have published a new trailer showcasing the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia DLC that will be added to FIFA 18 for free.
Nintendo of America and Nintendo of Europe have announced a free World Cup 2018 content update for FIFA 18 on Nintendo Switch.