The artist formerly known as the Nintendo NX is now the Nintendo Switch. Alongside its official reveal came a glut of new and old games that appear to be confirmed for the home-handheld console's release window.

The Nintendo Switch - along with its detachable "Joy-Con" controllers for play on the move - seems to be backwards compatible with the Wii U library to some extent, as several of the outgoing system's best and brightest showed up in the reveal trailer.

In the trailer we see Splatoon and a Mario Kart game, both of which would have to be either updated versions of the existing Wii U titles (because they'd have to operate without a second screen) or fully-fledged sequels.

A brand new Mario platformer was also spotted, and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild also made another appearance.

With a handful of games already confirmed for Nintendo's innovative hardware, here is a full list of the games we know are on their way to the Nintendo Switch at some point in the future:

Nintendo Switch first-party games:

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Super Mario (working title)

New sequels / Wii U games updated for Nintendo Switch (TBC):

Splatoon

Mario Kart

Nintendo Switch third-party games:

Skyrim: Special Edition (TBC) (Bethesda)

Dragon Quest 11 (Square Enix)

Project Sonic 2017 (Sega)

Just Dance 2017 (Ubisoft)

NBA 2K17 (TBC) (2K Games)

Publishers and developers confirmed for Nintendo Switch support:

505 Games

Activision Publishing

Arc System Works

Atlus

Audiokinetic

Autodesk

Bandai Namco

Bethesda

Capcom

Codemasters

CRI Middleware

DeNA

Electronic Arts

Epic Games

Firelight Technologies

FromSoftware

Frozenbyte

GameTrust

Grasshopper Manufacture

Gungho Online Entertainment

HAMSTER Corporation

Havok

Inti Creates

Koei Techmo

Konami

LEVEL-5

Marvelous

Maximum Games

Nippon Ichi Software

Parity Bit

PlatinumGames

RAD Game Tools, Inc.

RecoChoku

Sega

Silicon Studio Corporation

Spike Chunsoft

Square Enix

Starbreeze Studios

Take-Two Interactive

Telltale Games

THQ Nordic

Tokyo RPG Factory

TT Games

Ubisoft

Ubitus Inc.

Unity Technologies, Inc.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

Web Technology Corp.

Nintendo Switch partners
An infographic showing the confirmed "Nintendo Switch Partners". Nintendo

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