The success of Ultra Street Fighter 2 has left Capcom motivated to increase the support that will give the Nintendo Switch in the future. While all indications are that we will not see the island’s Monster Hunter coming out in the West, fans of franchises like Ace Attorney should expect good news for the platform in the near future.
Who confirms the support of the company to the platform is Haruhiro Tsujimoto, COO of the developer who confirmed the arrival of new titles from April 2018. To date, the company has not disclosed more details of its strategy but merely stating that it is related to the series of advocacy and research.
So far, Capcom has already brought to Switch the Ultra Street Fighter 2 fighting game and adapted versions of Resident Evil: Revelations and Revelations 2, a subset that was started on the Nintendo 3DS. And you, what game company would you like to see on the hybrid platform? Record your opinion on the subject in our comments section.
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