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.
According to Direct Feed Games, Switch would be using Project xCloud to stream titles it can't run natively, while download would be enabled for games it is powerful enough to play (Xbox 360 ones, for example).
Do take it all with a grain of salt as there's no official announcement yet however Direct-Feed Games is known for revealing correct details earlier in the past.
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When he died, his body was stuffed and is presently exhibited at the Charles Darwin Research Center in the Galapagos . The tortoise was found earlier in February during an expedition led by USA cable channel Animal Planet .
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. There is no doubt that the Nintendo Switch would be a flawless candidate for this, but how would they do it?
The Game Pass service since its inception hasn't allowed for game streaming to be an option, favouring more traditional downloads, but the xCloud tech could make this a possibility. The app would act as a conduit to both the Xbox Games Pass and the future Project Xcloud. This type of game streaming has already been done for Switch titles such as; Resident Evil 7: Biohazard and Assassin's Creed Odyssey.
According to a reputable source, Nintendo may make a VR-related announcement soon which could also feature a small number of first-party games as well. In other words, lots of games that were previously Xbox exclusives would suddenly be available to Nintendo Switch players.