The website further states that one of Microsoft's three bigger franchises-Forza, Gears of War, or Halo-is also being considered for Switch, though in what form is unknown (port of a current generation title, port of an Xbox 360 title, exclusive spin-off, etc.).
Similarly, the Switch has also played Assassin's Creed Odyssey and Resident Evil 7 via streaming in Japan, so the platform itself is open to such solutions.
According to a new report from Direct Feed Games, Microsoft are looking to bring the Xbox Game Pass subscription service to the Nintendo Switch in an unprecedented partnership. 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. But the juiciest rumor is about the fact that Microsoft would be willing to leverage the streaming service of Project xCloud to bring Xbox One games on the Nintendo console via streaming, through the Game Pass.
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There's no OIS included, but between the 5 sensors and the computational photography, it's unlikely that the Nokia 9 will need it. Nokia 9 PureView is relying on shooting with all five of the sensors at the same time to stitch together the ideal image.
Nintendo World Report was the first to report this while another report in VG247 inidcates that the Nintendo Switch VR effort could actually be a part of the Nintendo Labo kit. Ahead of the service release, Microsoft plans to release a high-end indie title exclusively on Switch which is expected to be Microsoft-published Ori and the Blind Forest video game.
Game Informer sources have suggested that the announcement of Xbox Game Pass for Switch could come as soon as this year. Project xCloud is an ambitious project that could see Xbox Games streamed to consoles, PCs, Macs, and smartphones.