Capcom's been pretty clear (on more than one occasion) about the fact that Monster Hunter World is aimed at consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One, and is unlikely to ever be ported to the Switch. The company's stance hasn't changed in the recent months, despite many fans of the series hoping that Nintendo's console might at least get a scaled-down port at some point.

In all honestly, we can't see that stance changing, but Iron Galaxy Studios CEO Adam Boyes has resurrected the topic by publicly pleading with Capcom to allow his company to handle the port.

Iron Galaxy has prior form here; it ported The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to Switch, and has previous Nintendo experience with the Wii U port of Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara. Other credits include Killer Instinct Season Two and Season Three on Xbox One, and Borderlands 2 on the PS Vita. 

This studio clearly has some talent when it comes to porting, but we're not sure if Boyes' heartfelt plea will alter Capcom's thoughts on the subject.