Published: Sun, May 28, 2017
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

"Monster Hunter XX" Heads to Nintendo Switch with Cross-Play


Monster Hunter Generations, the Japanese variant of Monster Hunter X, received an expanded version called Monster Hunter XX, Double Cross, earlier this year in Japan. After a Japanese correspondent for the Wall Street Journal outed that Capcom would be formally announcing Monster Hunter XX for the Nintendo Switch, the Nintendonites exploded on Twitter. However, with both the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch considered active platforms by Nintendo, it's possible that two versions of the game will eventually make its way West.

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In CAPCOM's side, the company didn't release much detail about the reveal. While many fans would love to see this same treatment for some of Capcom's older IPs, it seems that chances of this happening are fairly low.

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Keizai was quick to compliment Nintendo's Switch, noting its inherent appeal as well as how his own daughter was eager to get hold of the system- an apparent first, for her. Fans of the series rejoiced after the announcement and are expecting great things from "Monster Hunter's" latest installment. The Nintendo Switch version will escape the 240p clutches of the Nintendo 3DS and become HD on the Switch. This is the kind of bounceback Nintendo needed after the disappointing run the Wii U had. Investors are optimistic that the new game will further boost sales of the already-popular hybrid console.

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