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Capcom's president knows fans want Monster Hunter World on Switch, but still no plans to do so

We've heard from Capcom a few times about Monster Hunter World not coming to Switch. No matter how much fans want it, it doesn't seem destined to happen. The latest comments come from Capcom President Haruhiro Tsujimoto, and while he knows demand is out there, the port isn't happening. “We recognize that there is such demand. However, considering various conditions, now it is difficult to put out Monster Hunter World for the Switch.
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