The middle UsGamer recently conducted an interview with the series producer Street fighter, the recognized Yoshinori Ono of Capcom, who spoke about the franchise in general.
The interviewer did not miss the opportunity to ask him about the potential of the series in Nintendo Switch, and the creative responded not only by talking about Street fighter, but Capcom games in general.
This was what happened in the interview:
Both Ryu and Ken are in Smash Bros., and the old fighting classics have arrived on the Nintendo Switch. How do you feel about the platform, both for Street Fighter and for fighting games in general?
Since Switch came out, we have released Ultra Street Fighter II and Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection for the platform. From a commercial point of view, these two titles were a success. We're looking at a lot of competitive titles, including Smash Bros., which are doing well on Switch and players are enjoying those kinds of experiences on that platform. If there is another opportunity that makes sense to us, we would consider Nintendo Switch again. As for Street Fighter 5, it is currently exclusive to PS4 and PC. However, as mentioned above, we see Switch as an important platform for all kinds of games.