Capcom reported its financial results recently, which revealed a small snippet about how some of the company's Switch games are performing. The report says the Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 + 2 has "performed strongly," while Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection has "maintained robust sales thanks to a loyal fan base and strong brand capabilities."
It's interesting to imagine that we almost didn't get Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate on Switch, considering how hard fan loyalty to titles has driven Switch performance for these games.
Capcom also made mention of Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version for Switch, but it has not commented directly on the sales of that release. It's a Japanese-only streamable version of the hit horror game that has no Western release date.
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