Last week, Microsoft’s Gaming Cloud Chief Kareem Choudhry stated that Microsoft had no specific Xbox Live announcements for the Switch right now. Fast forward a week, the company has touched on the subject again at the 2019 Game Developers Conference, currently taking place in San Francisco.
According to a tweet provided by Windows Central journalist Russel Holly, Microsoft has “no plans” for an Xbox Live SDK for Switch right now, but did inform Nintendo fans to be on the lookout for more Xbox Live-enabled games. This comes after the announcement that Cuphead will be making its way to the Switch in the future.
As the tweet is rather vague, it’s not sure what games could be coming to the Switch from Microsoft, so only time will tell. After this announcement, there appears to be a feel of optimism in the air, and maybe, just maybe – an end to console exclusive games.