Update 2 - Sun 26th Jan, 2020 09:21 GMT: If you're still not convinced, Street Fighter's executive producer Yoshinori Ono also shared the following message, in response to the now-deleted tweet:
Update - Sun 26th Jan, 2020 04:30 GMT: Sorry folks, EB Games Canada is now saying the details in this tweet were inaccurate and has apologised for any disappointment or confusion it may have caused. The intention was to highlight the PS4 version:
Original Story - Sun 26th Jan, 2020 03:00 GMT: Earlier today, the official Twitter account of EB Games Canada announced Street Fighter V: Champion Edition would be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Although the tweet was up for a number of hours, it's since been deleted.
Here's a screenshot of it, courtesy of IGN:
A game like this coming to the Nintendo Switch is rather hard to believe when considering the fact the original was developed in partnership with Sony, and Capcom previously said the original game – or any future versions – would remain exclusive to PlayStation and PC.
Capcom or Nintendo haven't said anything about porting the game across to the Switch – so it's either a mistake or EB has made an announcement ahead of schedule. The last Street Fighter Capcom released on Switch was the 30th Anniversary Collection in May 2018. Before then, Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers arrived in May 2017.
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