Here's what the giant-sword-swinging Monster Hunter XX ("Double-Cross") – the follow-up to Capcom's insanely-popular 2015 3DS game Monster Hunter X (released in the US as Monster Hunter Generations) – will look like on the Nintendo Switch. The new trailer was revealed at this weekend's Monster Hunter event in Japan. Monster Hunter XX was first released for 3DS back in March, and the upcoming Switch version features the same content, but with some graphical tweaks. The Switch version supports 1080p resolution when docked and 720p in handheld mode and will be out in Japan on August 25.Much like Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate before it – which released on both 3DS and Wii U – you'll be able to transfer your save data from the 3DS version of XX to the new Switch version, and vice-versa. Also, if you've been playing Monster Hunter Generations for the past couple of years, you'll be able to transfer your saves from that game to the Switch too (although, as it's a new game you won't be able to pass anything back.) The Switch game also supports cross-play with the 3DS version when playing online and up to four Switch players can play together either locally or online.The popular game series is so important to the fortunes of Nintendo's systems that the company's share price rose significantly following the announcement. While Nintendo’s stock prices typically see some fluctuation as big games like this are revealed, Monster Hunter XX helped the company’s stock value hit its highest point since October of 2008. According to CNBC, Nintendo’s share prices rose over five percent following the announcement, blowing past blips the company saw following the release of Pokémon Go to reach a new high of 33,510 yen (which is just a hair over $300) adding roughly $2.2 billion to the company's market value.