FIFA 18 release set to buck key Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PS4 games trend

THE FIFA 18 release looks set to become one of the initial games to buck the most recent trend in PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch announcements.

There is lingering hope that titles including Star Wars Battlefront 2 and Call of Duty WW2 will at some point be announced for Nintendo Switch.

On the other hand, there is currently only a handful of big games which can be confirmed for all three consoles, with FUT 18 Coinsproving to become among the greatest.

New FIFA 18 release news is set to launch subsequent month, through the EA Play event.

EA Play tickets go on sale in April and will include things like a host of new titles which will be playable on the show floor.

EA have confirmed that this can consist of FIFA 18, as well as other titles which have however to be formally unveiled.

“From June 10 – 12, players joining us in Hollywood will get hands on with all the next Star Wars Battlefront and Need for Speed experiences,” an EA statement reveals.

“You’ll also get your initially possibility to play lots of of our upcoming EA SPORTS titles: Madden NFL 18, FIFA 18 and NBA Live 18. This isn’t all, by the way…and we’ll have far more to share inside the coming months.”

“Beyond the hands-on knowledge in Hollywood, we’ve got an substantial content plan for our players joining us on the internet.

“Throughout the three-day event we are going to be delivering you with detailed gameplay deep dives, competitive events and exclusive interviews using the development teams.

And while it appears like titles including Destiny 2 are skipping the Switch, FIFA 18 remains among the best franchises confirmed for the new console, outside of your Nintendo brand.

The development team announced plans to release FIFA on Nintendo Switch earlier this year, but fans had been unsure no matter whether it could be FIFA 17 or FIFA 18.

EA’s Peter Moore confirmed the news, telling Gamereactor UK that the new FIFA will be custom-built for Nintendo’s console.

“Well, as we have mentioned, we are custom-building a FIFA Coins version for the Nintendo Switch,” he revealed.

“It might be FIFA 18, and it’s going to definitely be later this year when FIFA 18 comes out.”