February 19, 2019 6:58 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

All aspiring Gods rejoice as SMITE: Battleground Of The Gods is now free-to-play on Nintendo Switch. There are currently 100 Gods from around the world that players can play as. Cross-platform play between Xbox one, PlayStation 4, Mac and PC is also available.

A new trailer for SMITE has now been uploaded to youTube. We have the video embedded below along with the official announcement.

SMITE Launches Free-to-Play on Nintendo Switch with Crossplay

SMITE delivers action-packed mythological battles on its fifth platform, the Nintendo Switch

Alpharetta, Georgia USA – Tuesday, 19th February 2019, 16:06 EST – SMITE: Battleground of the Gods is now free-to-play on the Nintendo Switch. More than 30 millions players have stepped into the arena and experienced the number one action brawler.

Nintendo Switch players can play one of 100 iconic Gods from around the world in smooth 60
frames per second. Also, players will not need a Nintendo Switch Online subscription to
experience the multiplayer game modes.

SMITE is the first and only online battle arena on five major platforms: PC, Mac, Xbox,
PlayStation 4, and, now, the Nintendo Switch. The game also recently introduced cross-play
and cross-progression. PC, Xbox, and Switch players will be able to play with and against each
other on the Battleground of the Gods. Additionally, when players link their accounts, they will
be able to use their unlocked Gods, skins, and progression across all currently supported platforms.

SMITE is a free-to-play experience with no pay-to-win mechanics. Players can purchase skins
to customize their roster. All characters can be unlocked through in-game currency, and SMITE offers the Ultimate God Pack, which gives players all current and future playable Gods for one price. This includes the latest additions Arthur and Merlin, as well as Jormungandr, The World
Serpent, coming soon to SMITE.

Source: Hi-Rez Studios PR

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