In the first month of this year, EB Canada Games Canada wrote stories about Street Fighter V: Champion Edition is coming to Nintendo Switch. It caused a stir in social media until it was confirmed as a mistake. Street Fighter executive producer Yoshinori Ono even joked about how it was an issue for his team back then.
This temporary announcement obviously leaves many Swiss owners wondering if Nintendo's hybrid system will host other Street Fighter games during its rollout, and in an interview with US Gamer – which debuted back last month – Ono said it is possible it happens if there is another logical opportunity.
Since the switchch appeared, we have released Ultra Street Fighter II and Street Fighter 30th Anniriers Collection for that platform. From a business standpoint, these two qualifications were successful. We see many competing titles, including Smash Bros., perform well on the switch and players enjoy those kinds of experiences at the event. If there is another opportunity that makes sense for us, we'll think about Change again. As for Street Fighter 5, it is currently exclusive to PS4 and PC. However, as mentioned above, we see Swichi as an important platform for all types of games.
This follows Ono's comments in October last year when he said that fans needed to "convince" Nintendo – not Capcom – of some Street Fighter games on the switchch, as Nintendo was said to have been talking to the Street Fighter team in recent times.
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