On 25th June 2020, Electronic Arts is adding FIFA 20 to its 'Best Hits' Nintendo Switch line in Japan. It will see the game's price dropped reduced from ¥5,500 down to just ¥3,080. The digital version of the title on the eShop is also expected to be reduced.

As you can see above, the physical Legacy Edition is still sporting a giant yellow border. This surrounds the game's box art featuring the player, Eden Hazard, and is meant to indicate how it's now cheaper than ever.

This news follows on from a similar story we ran roughly a year ago when EA announced it would release FIFA 19 as a 'Best Hits' game on the Nintendo Switch, exclusively in Japan. So that's two FIFA games now in this line-up. Keep in mind, there's only a handful of EA titles available on the Switch.

One other EA-published game en route to the system is the recently announced Burnout Paradise Remastered. The open-world racer was originally developed by Criterion Games and looks like it'll be speeding onto Nintendo's hybrid device this June.

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[source japanesenintendo.com]