Microsoft and Nintendo's relationship is strong, recently allowing for crossplay on games such as Minecraft.
A report by a Youtube channel suggests us that Microsoft is bringing its Xbox Game Pass service to Nintendo Switch. Microsoft took their time and it seems like they're going to release xCloud on the Nintendo Switch really soon which means that Switch users will be able to stream selected Xbox games if they have wifi.
Gematsu has also heard that a Switch version of Ori and the Blind Forest has appeared in at least one United Kingdom wholesale database under the distribution of THQ Nordic, which has worked with Microsoft in the past to publish PC titles on Steam. But what if Microsoft brought their games to the world of portability? However, if Microsoft does bring its games to Switch, it's possible it could do the same with the PS4 and PS5, whether natively or via Xbox Game Pass. There is no doubt that the Nintendo Switch would be a ideal candidate for this, but how would they do it?
Project xCloud is a highly ambitious project by Microsoft where the tech giant wants to bring a uniform platform for gamers to play games wherever and whenever they want irrespective to their platform. There were two fairly trustworthy sources claiming this, and now a report from Direct-Feed Games has come to the same conclusion. This type of game streaming has already been done for Switch titles such as; Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
While Nintendo hasn't ever officially mentioned that it is working on VR hardware or games for the Switch, they did say that they're looking at VR before the launch of its latest gaming console.