FIFA 18 has been out for over a week, and it's been interesting to watch the reaction to its release. On the one hand it's earned plenty of praise for what it achieves as a portable entry in the franchise, while on the flipside it's tempting to look at modes and features that are missing in comparison to other current-gen versions.

One line EA has continually pushed is that it's a 'custom' version for Nintendo's hardware, but how true is that? Digital Foundry has done its analysis in terms of the visuals, framerate and gameplay, and we see a mix of legacy and new techniques at work from the developers.

Check it out below.

In some respects it's what would be expected; taking foundations that will well on the hardware and working from there. When it comes to FIFA on Switch, ultimately, there'll always be fervent opinions at opposite ends of the spectrum.

Have you been playing FIFA on Switch? Let us know what you think of it in the comments.