Capcom’s support of the Nintendo Switch has been a little spotty to say the least, with many calling out the company for ho-hum ports of old games and its strange omission of a Switch version for new ones, like the Disney Afternoon Collection. Nonetheless, the company has brought some solid content to the platform, and it expanded more on how its software has been performing in its latest financial results report.

In the report, Capcom states that both Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers and Monster Hunter XX enjoyed hit status, which goes right in line with the sales data shared last year which showed that these titles cleared 500,000 and 350,000 units sold, respectively. Now, there was nothing in this report to suggest that Monster Hunter will eventually be localized for the West, but Capcom did mention that it wants to grow its digital content and esports presence. Hopefully the company will have more exciting news for Nintendo fans when June rolls around.

What do you think? Did you buy either of these games? Will Capcom bring Monster Hunter to the West? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

[via capcom.co.jp, nintendoeverything.com]