I don't know what to make of this interview, which was posted on Oct. 17th, 2017. The blurb below is, word-for-word, the version that source outlet shared. It has some broken English in it, but is still readable. Taken at face value, it seems to indicate that Monster Hunter XX Switch has a shot at localization.
Read the snippet between Hi-News and Capcom Europe's Klaas Walter below to see for yourself.
Hi-News.ru: does the release of Monster Hunter: World on PS4, Xbox One and PC, Capcom has decided to refuse to release exclusive games for Nintendo and go to the multi-platform strategy? Or Nintendo, will receive exclusive game series?
Klaas Walter: I wouldn’t say that other platforms won’t get games from us. For example, the Nintendo console Switch will soon get Monster Hunter XX (enhanced remake of Monster Hunter Generations). So that the release of Monster Hunter World does not mean that the series suddenly became exclusive of any of the consoles.
The feature starts off with a blurb about the interview itself. According to that intro, the interview was conducted at IgroMir 2017, which ran from Sept. 28th to Oct. 1st. Monster Hunter XX Switch released in Japan back in late August. That would mean, if the verbiage above is correct, Monster Hunter XX Switch will be seeing release outside of Japan. The Switch can't "soon get" Monster Hunter XX Switch if it already released, unless it was coming to new territories.
Confusing, I know...but interesting. I'm leaning more towards a translation error here, but I'd love to be wrong. Thanks to Lmangelesr for the heads up!