Data mining on the latest Mega Man game for iOS and Android shows that Capcom is planning a Nintendo Switch port of the game. Mega Man X DiVE was developed by Capcom Taiwan and has achieved good results on both the App Store and Google Play Store. Data miners discovered that codes referencing “NS” (Nintendo Switch) and signs supporting amiibo were found in the game. Capcom has not announced the Nintendo Switch version of Mega Man X DiVE.
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