Capcom says it intends to continue making games for Switch in the future
Posted on June 24, 2018 by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch
During its latest shareholders meeting, Capcom was asked about its impressions regarding Switch. The company responded by pointing out that Monster Hunter XX is available, and that it intends to “continue developing other titles for this platform in the future.”
One tweet that has been making the rounds on Japanese blogs is from Twitter user koudaiseidaos, who supposedly attended the shareholders meeting. This person notes that Monster Hunter World isn’t going to be happening on Switch, but Capcom supposedly wants to continue with the franchise on the console and have future plans for it. This does not appear to be documented on Capcom’s website (including the official Q&A transcript from the latest meeting), however, so we’d advise taking that message with a grain of salt.
In terms of what’s been officially announced, Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 drops on Switch next month. Okami HD and the western version of Monster Hunter XX follow in August. Lastly, Mega Man 11 launches in October.