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Capcom Researching To Bring Multi-Platform Games To Nintendo Switch
Like Ubisoft, Capcom has been openly praising Nintendo’s upcoming console, Nintendo Switch, and now the company has spoken up about how they will support the console.
Capcom is among the third party publishers and developers who have partnered with Nintendo to support Nintendo Switch. Recently the English version of Capcom’s newest earnings Q&A was published, in it Capcom has stated that the company is currently doing research on how to bring the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One games to Nintendo Switch.
Capcom, did not shared any specifics about their research as it is still ongoing, but the company did pointed out that there are “differences in the desired direction” and the play style of Nintendo Switch is also different from PS4 and Xbox One.
At Capcom, we determine which platform to release a title for after considering the features of both our software and the hardware in question, believing we must bring the enjoyment of our games to their maximum potential.
Capcom recently stated that it is very pleasing to see a new hardware in the market, and as a software developer, the company wants to develop games that offer an experience tailored based on the characteristics of each console, and the enjoyment of the audience.
Further details about Nintendo Switch will not be revealed until the Nintendo Switch Presentation in January 2017, but a report has emerged that suggests Mario 3D will be the launch title for the console instead of Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild.
With the reveal of Nintendo’s upcoming console, many speculated that Nintendo 3DS’ days are numbered, but Nintendo has clarified that it has no plans to discontinue the 3DS.
Nintendo Switch will launch sometime in March 2017, but no specific release date and price has been announced by Nintendo.