This, of course, means Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD (which is available right now!), but some other titles that I've not even heard of.
During last night's Nintendo Direct presentation, we got the surprise news that alongside a port of Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD, the Switch would be getting ports of a bunch of previously PlayStation-exclusive Final Fantasy games. This is a historical announcement for a number of reasons, including the fact that this is the first time that Final Fantasy 7 is releasing on a home console that is not a PlayStation system. World of Final Fantasy originally launched for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in October 2016, and for PC in November 2017. That said, most of these games in question have been remastered within the past few years and with Square's ability as a third-party publisher to bring their games to any platform, it's a pretty logical move to make.
Among the included lineup are Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy IX, and the Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster. As for the classic Final Fantasy releases, players can expect them to start landing on the Nintendo Switch "over the coming months and into 2019". World of Final Fantasy Maxima will arive on November 6th. Just one buddy at a time, though.
Final Fantasy 7 is out now for PC, PS1, PS4, iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch.