Take Two Interactive Remains Optimistic About Nintendo Switch

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Nintendo Switch is Nintendo’s newest console on the block, released in March of this year it has since gone on to exceed everybody’s expectations. Initially there were a lot of concerns regarding third party support for the console, but slowly and surely the console is going to be getting a slew of titles from renowned publishers.

companies like Ubisoft, Capcom and more are bringing titles to the Nintendo Switch. And there might be news that Take-Two Interactive might be looking to bring over nore titles to the Nintendo Switch. At a recent earnings call for the company, its CEO, Strauss Zelnick unveiled that in the previous 6 months, their belief about this console has shifted from being a negative one to a positive one. Here’s what they said:

“We were excited six months ago and supportive. We’re excited now. We have NBA 2K and WWE 2K coming for Switch. The sales have been great. We expect sales to continue to be great. We’re very optimistic around the platform. We’re very supportive of Nintendo. So, the only thing that’s changed in the last six months is our initial belief, has been reinforced by the early very strong results.”

Although Take-Two has not been very open about it yet their praises about the console make us presume that Take -Two may be interested in releasing more titles for the Nintendo Switch. As Capcom has announced some titles for the Switch already, it still does not plan on releasing the games without complete analysis of the console in its first year . As per them, their strategy for the console only is contingent on Monster Hunter XX. Here’s what Capcom has to say about this:

“The Nintendo Switch seems to be doing very well, and we look forward to further growth in its install base. Beginning with Monster Hunter XX (Double Cross) Nintendo Switch Ver. for Japan, we are evaluating how we will support this platform in the future.”

Let us know if you believe more titles from Take-Two and Capcom will be headed to Nintendo Switch in the near future by commenting in the comments section below.