In Capcom’s latest financial call, Capcom has specifically mentioned Monster Hunter XX, which was released back in August 2017 as “performed strongly”.
Though exact figures were given the statement was written within Capcom’s consolidate financial results.
In this business, Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross) Nintendo Switch Ver. (for Nintendo Switch) performed strongly, while Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite (for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC), which targets the European and US markets, was released in September.
At the same time Capcom also said that Ultra Street Fighter II on the Switch was a smash hit
In addition to Ultra Street Fighter II The Final Challengers (for Nintendo Switch) turning out to be a smash hit, catalog unit sales of such titles as Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross) (for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems), which was released in the previous fiscal year, also contributed to the increase in revenues to a certain extent.
With such good results coming from the Nintendo Switch, hopefully, Capcom will be motivated to create new games for the Nintendo Switch and not just ports.