Capcom planning an Ace Attorney game and more for Switch

Olive Hawkins
November 12, 2017

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.

In a very brief interview with Jiji, a Japanese news site, Capcom's Haruhiro Tsujimoto confirmed that the company was gearing up for a strong year with the Nintendo Switch, including our favourite law team.

Fingers crossed we won't be waiting too long to hear that familiar 'OBJECTION!' once more.

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The Ace Attorney series has encapsulated many fans by putting the player in the shoes of Phoenix Wright, Apollo Justice, and many more.

Some speculate on the forums that this could be a Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney remake, or it could also be a new entry in the series altogether.

If you've been hoping for Capcom to bring the Ace Attorney series to the Nintendo Switch for some time, you may have just gotten your wish. They're believed to launch sometime after April in 2018.

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