During this summer’s EA Play event, EA announced that Apex Legends is heading to Steam and Nintendo Switch, the latter being this fall. Well, developer Respawn has some good news and some bad news. On the bright side, Apex Legends is coming to Steam next month. Bad news: The Switch version has been delayed from 2020. In a blog post, Respawn updated fans on what’s going on in the world of Apex Legends. The game officially arrives on Steam on November 4. If that’s not exciting enough, it’s just the same day the still-mysterious Season 7 goes live. But wait, there is more! Origin players will also see their account progress and unlocks carried over to the Steam version. This is not surprising given how EA partnered with Valve almost a year ago to bring their titles to Steam. It’s still a great gesture. Meanwhile, Switch owners will unfortunately have to wait until 2021 to enjoy Apex Legends on the go. Respawn did not specify an exact date, but explained that the challenges of 2020 have made game development more difficult than ever. They just don’t want to rush into a bad product. The studio also reaffirmed that the Switch version will have full parity with other versions, including cross-play and all seasonal content released. It’s a tough pill to swallow, but as Shigeru Miyamoto said, “A delayed game…” eh, you know that quote by now. It should be noted that November 4th also brings the release of the enhanced version of Apex Legends Champion Edition. The upgraded pack is ready to bring newcomers up to date with veteran players in terms of content. Remember, the game’s big Halloween event is in full swing as well. Can’t wait to play Apex Legends on Steam? Are you disappointed with the switch delay? Let us know how you feel in the comments!