Monster Hunter World Doesn’t Fit Nintendo Switch: Capcom

It seems Monster Hunter World isn’t going to happen for Nintendo Switch. According to Capcom President and Chief Operating Officer Haruhiro Tsujimoto, Nintendo Switch’s features and the audience doesn’t fit as well with Monster Hunter World. Moreover, porting it to the console is going to be very difficult.

He explained that Nintendo Switch is very different from PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in terms of features, which is a nice way of saying that the hardware isn’t capable enough. In case they ever port this game to Nintendo Switch, it is going to be a pain for the developers.

They released Monster Hunter XX for the Switch and it was a better fit for the console. As far as Monster Hunter World goes, due to various conditions, it is not a good idea. The prospect of Monster Hunter for Switch is something that they will indeed look at in the future, now is not the time.

Monster Hunter World has been widely successful on consoles – PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. And there is demand for the game on Switch but as he explained, it’s not something that can be done easily.

Thaks to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Monster Hunter World became the fastest selling Capcom game in history. It is amazing achievement considering that the title is not yet released on PC and no Nintendo Switch version is in

PC players are going to have to wait for Monster Hunter until Fall of 2018. A final release date is not yet confirmed by the developers.

Would you like to see the game released on Switch? Do you think the hardware can handle it? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: ToyoKeizai

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