Capcom is now developing new games for Nintendo Switch, Capcom COO Haruhiro Tsujiro confirmed in an interview with Japanese news site Jiji.

Wall Street Journal reporter Takashi Mochizuki translated the news article, revealing that one of the games being developed is an Ace Attorney game, hardly surprising considering Ace Attorney games live on Nintendo handheld consoles.

Capcom intends to release the games after April next year.

At the moment, the company is only represented by Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers - a ridiculously overpriced enhanced port of Super Street Fighter II Turbo - in North America and Europe.

The HD port of Monster Hunter XX remains confined in Japan while the HD port of Resident Evil: Revelations and its sequel won't arrive until November 28.

Unlike other notable third-party developers, Capcom took a cautious approach to the Switch, opting to wait and see how the console performs first before fully committing to developing games for it. It appears the company is now sold on the Switch.