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Apex Legends has a date to arrive on Nintendo Switch

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With the Season 8 - Chaos going full steam, the AND THE and the Respawn Entertainment confirmed that Apex Legends will be released on Nintendo Switch around the world on March 9, bringing the revolutionary character-based battle royale experience to even more players and those looking to compete without big screens. 

Along with Panic Button, a team known for working on game adaptations for the Nintendo Switch, Apex Legends will be available on your smallest screen, so even more fans can compete together through the multiplatform game. In the two years since the launch of Apex Legends, Respawn continued to innovate in the multiplayer genre of battle royale and connected more players across more platforms.

In 2021, the company promises to continue to thrill and surprise fans, as Respawn aims to expand the scope of the arena to give fans more ways to compete and newbies even more reasons to come and play.

Season 8 Release

Yesterday 2 saw the official launch of Season 8 – Chaos, with the character-based battle royale that took the world by storm celebrating its two-year anniversary. Season 8 – Chaos introduces the 16th legend of the arena game with the arrival of Salvo's mercenary, Walter “Fuse” Fitzroy, bringing chaos to the Games like never before.

Fuse's explosive style of fun will be doubled with the debut of the 30-30 Repeater Lever Rifle, new items - such as the Golden Carrier and Heat Shields - and an overhaul of the iconic King's Canyon map, which includes new areas to explore and to fight. 

Players can download Apex Legends on Nintendo Switch March 9 for free or enjoy Season 8 – Chaos. The game is also available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PRAÇA via Origin and Steam

For more news about Apex Legends, check out its official pages on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube or visit www.playapex.com for the latest updates.

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