Capcom Plans To Develop Games For Nintendo Switch; Revival Of Classic Video Games Underway

With the upcoming Nintendo Switch finally revealing their official launching, which would be next year, the amount of game titles that will be compatible with the Switch will pretty much be the determining factor whether the console will be a success or not. Granted the fact that Nintendo's first-party game titles are probably what a lot of Nintendo fans and avid gamers are looking forward to, it is also important to consider that third-party game titles are just as important to also be incorporated into the console. Capcom is appearing to be one of those companies, but it seems that they haven't figured out what to release just yet.

According to Capcom

In a post on its investor's relations website, Capcom representatives wrote, "It is excellent to have the gaming console market invigorated with some new hardware launches. As a software publisher, we aspire on developing games that will offer maximum enjoyment that will be best-suited to each piece of hardware's features and target users."

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They also added, "Following the first party, for us to be able to introduce our own game content, we are currently moving forward with some internal planning and analysis as a partner company." Capcom is the company that is behind classic titles like Street Fighter as well as Resident Evil. With that said, it will be something to look forward to if they could be able to bring any of those games onto the Switch.

Let's keep our eyes peeled

The company had recently announced the development for Resident Evil 7 earlier this year, but they only said that it would only be compatible on the Xbox One, PS4, and PCs, without any mentions on the Switch. But hopefully that will change in 2017, but until then we'll just have to wait for further details. In the meantime, Nintendo is expected to be posting more and more details and updates about the Switch and its launch titles in 2017.

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