Nintendo Switch Release Date, News & Update: Capcom Brings ‘Monster Hunter’, ‘Resident Evil’, ‘Dead Rising’, ‘Resident Evil 7’ Games? Impressive Specs, Features

By Maui , Updated Nov 08, 2016 07:28 PM EST
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The Nintendo's new hybrid console, Nintendo Switch, is the first addition to the company's next generation gaming devices. A lot of fans are getting very excited for its release. The Nintendo Switch will also compete against the current-gen consoles. The device is expected to be launched sometime in March 2017.

A lot of fans are curious what games will the Nintendo Switch support. According to a report from GameSpot, Capcom is one of the high profiles third party partners of Nintendo and the two companies have already spoken to support each other. Capcom is impressed with Nintendo Switch, but the company said that there is a big difference between the direction and the play-style of Nintendo Switch to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Capcom stated that their company determines which platform to release a game after considering the features of both software and the hardware in question. Because the company's main goal is to bring the enjoyment to games and players to its maximum potential, Capcom and Nintendo are still planning what games should be available for Nintendo Switch.

According to a report from DigitalTrends, Capcom is currently carrying out a research regarding the multiplatform implementation of its games for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and onto the Nintendo Switch. Capcom didn't release any further details on what game titles they have in mind for Nintendo Switch adaptations.

Reports say that a widespread porting initiative could mark the Nintendo Switch debuts for Capcom's popular games like "Monster Hunter," "Resident Evil," and "Dead Rising." "Resident Evil" still remains very popular all over the world because of its remakes and ports. The next entry in the series is the "Resident Evil 7" and it is expected to be released this coming January 24, 2017. It is playable through PlayStation 4 and Xbox One; hopefully, in the Nintendo Switch also.

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