Capcom recently claimed that bringing Monster Hunter World to Switch would be a complicated process. Shortly after the title was announced, the company closed the doors to a version for the Nintendo console.
Capcom said that the development of said title began more than 4 years ago, so it was not planned for Switch. On the other hand, there are the limitations at a technical level, related to the World Engine, updated version of the MT Framework created by the company.
Despite this, there is a developer interested in making a port of Monster Hunter World for Switch. It is none other than Iron Galaxy Studios, a company based in Chicago, Illinois. Adam Boyes, its executive manager, showed interest in working with the Capcom title from his Twitter account.
The creative wrote that he knows the difficulties of carrying a game to Switch. However, he said that this is exactly what Iron Galaxy Studios is working on. “Give us a shot & we won’t let you down,” was the request that Boyes made to Capcom.
In case you do not know, Iron Galaxy Studios already worked with the Nintendo console. This since it was in charge of its version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, a title that seemed a port of quality for its performance in both TV mode and the portable mode.
Given this possibility, one part of the community was enthusiastic, while another said it would be really difficult to bring Monster Hunter World to the new Nintendo console. Capcom has not commented anything about it, so we must wait to hear the opinion of its team of developers.
Meanwhile, it was recently confirmed that Monster Hunter World will have an extensive official guide of more than 1000 pages. Remember that you can now play as Aloy of Horizon: Zero Dawn on the PlayStation 4 version of the game.
Do you think that Capcom will accept the proposal of Iron Galaxy Studios? Do you think it is possible to bring the game successfully to Switch? Tell us in the comments below.