Ever since, its release back in 2017 was a fighting game that received mixed reception from fans and critics alike. While the inclusion of a story mode with cinnamon cutscenes was a step up from its 2011 predecessor Marvel vs Capcom 3 along with improved in game mechanics the game was criticized for its roster. Also, many people were not too happy about the fact that Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite only feature two on two tag-team game opposed to three on three similar to what we got in MvC 2 & 3. While Marvel vs Capcom Infinite could have definitely have been better it was still one of the better fighting games of 2017 next to Dragonball FighterZ.
If Marvel vs Capcom Infinite were ported to the Nintendo Switch it could definitely be an attraction for the hybrid console despite having low sales on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. But then again with games like Super Smash Bros Ultimate along with the Street Fighter Anniversary Collection, and Dragonball FighterZ on the Nintendo Switch there is still a possibility that MvC: Infinite will still be overshadowed if it were ported to that console. While MvC: Infinite may not be a huge attraction on the Nintendo Switch it would still turn heads regardless if it were ported to the hybrid console.