Any­one look­ing into grab­bing FIFA 21 for their Nin­ten­do Switch might want to recon­sid­er. Dur­ing EA Play 2020, the com­pa­ny announced the game is head­ing to the Switch, but at a cost.

Unfor­tune­taly, FIFA 21 will launch as a Lega­cy Edi­tion on the Switch. EA has con­firmed this ver­sion of the game will fea­ture kit and squad updates, but does­n’t include “new game modes or game­play inno­va­tions.” That includes the Vol­ta mode that was intro­duced in FIFA 20, or any changes pri­or to FIFA 18. There’s also no Sto­ry mode.

Updat­ed menu and broad­cast over­lays will also be includ­ed, but that is it.

EA launched Burnout Par­adise Remas­tered for Switch yes­ter­day, and the com­pa­ny has plans for releas­ing sev­er­al games for the Nin­ten­do Switch. That includes Apex Leg­ends, com­plete with cross-play.

The game’s price has­n’t been giv­en yet, but pre­vi­ous edi­tions have been over­price and EA is known for goug­ing their play­ers’ wallets. 

FIFA 21 Lega­cy Edi­tion releas­es for Switch on Octo­ber 9th, 2020.