In this way, Microsoft will be able to bring its games on Switch platform through streaming service.
Microsoft would be indeed bringing Xbox Game Pass on Nintendo Switch as soon as this year, as reported by Game Informer. While there isn't any solidifying evidence to go off of, we do have many "inside sources" saying that there is strong on-going discussion about the matter now being conducted. Some projects will appear on the console from Nintendo as ports, while others can be played through the streaming platform.
And Windows Central reported that it has heard for nearly a year that Microsoft has been aiming to bring Xbox Game Pass to Switch, and even PlayStation 4. Remember, in the meantime, that the Xbox Game Pass will also come on PC. People wait in line to play Nintendo Switch games at the 24th Electronic Expo in Los Angeles on June 13, 2018.More news: Rain, ice and snow possible this weekend
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Several rumors have surfaced recently of a collaboration between Microsoft and Nintendo to bring Xbox Game Pass and select first-party titles to Switch.
As Game Pass Switch was confirmed by GameInformer, it's most likely happening but, it's not clear if it'll use game streaming or not. This type of game streaming has already been done for Switch titles such as; Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
The Direct Feed report also goes on to say that Microsoft are looking to bring some of its own games to the Nintendo Switch, with Ori and the Blind Forest mentioned as one that'd make an excellent fit. It's a great fit for Nintendo in particular because the Switch can't handle a lot of these games natively.