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At gamescom, Electronic Arts and Zoink Games shared some new information about the beautiful platformer Fe, which was announced back in 2016 as an EA Original. There were several pieces of information, but perhaps the most pressing for everyone was information about the launch window, which has now been set for early 2018.

Of course, at this point, the inevitable question whenever information on a new game comes up is: “Will it be on Nintendo Switch?” And at gamescom, the answer was given that, yes, Fe would be releasing on the Nintendo Switch along with Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC via Origin. It wouldn’t be a convention with major announcements without a new trailer to show off the game, this time with some narration along with it:

In the press release, Patrick Soderlund, EVP of EA Worldwide Studios, reflected:

Through Fe, Zoink has reminded us that everything is connected. They have created a game where the magic and beauty of nature, and all its creatures, come alive. This game and this studio embody the spirit of the EA Originals program that we started a little over a year ago – the freedom to create, and to bring uniquely innovative and memorable games to players all over the world.

Zoink Games CEO and Creative Lead Klaus Lyngeled also shared a few words regarding Fe and what inspired it:

We wanted to create a game that gives the feeling of exploring something special. We would spend hours in the woods as kids, and while it felt scary at first, eventually the strange sounds became familiar — you become part of nature and the forest feels like home. Players will realize similar feelings as they play through Fe. Wherever and however the game is played, we ensure it will be a unique experience of discovery, unlike anything played before.

Are you interested in Fe? What do you think of the new trailer released? Do you think Fe on Nintendo Switch is a good choice? Share your thoughts in the comments below!


Don Parsons

News Editor

I've been a gamer for years of various types starting with the Sega Genesis and Shining Force when I was young. If I'm not playing video games, I'm often roleplaying, reading, writing, or pondering things brought up by speculative fiction.