XX came out in Japan in March, and hasn't yet been announced for the West.
The series nearly single-handedly made a hit of the PSP in Japan, but in an unusual example of corporate wheeler-dealing Nintendo signed it up as an exclusive to prevent it appearing on the PS Vita - which ended up being nowhere near as big a hit.More news: Destiny 2 footage shows newest features of the game
It's not entirely clear if this quote means that Capcom will cancel projects already planned for the Switch - if the game sells well, they're likely to put more projects into production, rather than scrapping anything.
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Monster Hunter XX - pronounced "double cross" - is the latest entry in the action RPG series; an expanded version of Monster Hunter X, which was released in the U.S. in 2015 as Monster Hunter Generations. Which is in itself not a numbered sequel.
It's not even E3 yet, and a huge announcement for Switch owners has just been unleashed thanks to Capcom. There have been no details on the price yet, but there is an upcoming Monster Hunter event in Japan this weekend.More news: FA Cup final blow for Arsenal as defender loses appeal