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sthef
Thu Mar 16 17 02:21pm
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I mean, real talk I think it eventually does show up on Switch , as Digital Eclipse has publicly expressed interest. But something like this likely has some pretty labyrinthine contract work associated with it which is 3 steps removed from a system. Platform Holder > Digital Eclipse > Capcom > Disney.

The ink on Capcom's contract with DE is likely dried a year ago at least (long before anyone knew what Switch was). It's not like something like this is automatic when a new system is released in the middle of a development cycle, and to get a Switch version greenlit likely means that Capcom has to go back and have an additional system added to their deal with Disney, and then of course allocate a budget for that additional version.