(at least in Japan) Capcom has announced that Monster Hunter XX is heading to the Nintendo Switch.
06.06.2017 at 19:15 The action-rpg Monster Hunter XX, which was released in Japan on March 18 for Nintendo 3DS, is now also to receive a revised spin for the Nintendo Switch. In a Livestream from Japan Capcom already showed first play scenes to the new edition of the game for the switch. Stream
Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross) is the latest entry in the series and an evolution of Monster Hunter X (Cross) (titled Monster Hunter Generations outside of Japan and Asia), which shipped 3.3 million units in Japan.* In addition to maintaining the gameplay and world that the series is known for, as well as Hunting Styles, Hunter Arts and other new elements introduced in the previous installment, the upcoming game is planned to feature a new main monster, a powered-up Prowler Mode, and all new towns and areas, expanding on the celebrated gameplay experience. Further, Capcom’s development team is working diligently to provide game content that new-comers as well as fans of the series can thoroughly enjoy, including the ability to carry over most save data from Monster Hunter X (Cross) and a bonus in-game item for players with save data from Monster Hunter Stories—the first RPG entry in the series, which was released on October 8, 2016.
Nintendo 3DS owners will also be able to transfer saves back and forth between the handheld version and Nintendo Switch edition. Owners of Monster Hunter Generations on 3DS can transfer saves to Switch, although it doesn’t work the other way.
According to IGN, Nintendo Switch owners can also look forward to 1080p resolution, four-person local multiplayer and online play.
Last but not least the trailer