Former PlayStation Executive Asks Capcom To Let His New Studio Port Monster Hunter World to Switch

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Mar 3, 2018
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Former director of production at Capcom and PlayStation executive Adam Boyes has asked Monster Hunter World publisher Capcom to let his new team port the game to the Nintendo Switch.

Boyes took to Twitter earlier today with his request. Boyes, who now serves as CEO of Iron Galaxy Studios, acknowledges that porting the title to Nintendo’s new platform won’t be easy, but he’s sure that his team will be up to the task.

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“Dear @monsterhunter team at Capcom – we understand that porting the game to Nintendo Switch is challenging but this is exactly what [Iron Galaxy Studios] does”, he tweeted. “Give us a shot & we won’t let you down ;)”.

The former Sony PlayStation executive followed up by tweeting that porting the title will be hard, but surely not impossible.

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Iron Galaxy Studios was founded in 2008 and has developed various ports, including the Batman Arkham series for PC, and Skyrim for the Nintendo Switch.

Boyes was appointed CEO of the studio in 2016 following his departure at Sony. Before his work at Sony, Boyes served as executive producer at Midway Games and Director of Production at Capcom.

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