Last week, Microsoft's Gaming Cloud Chief Kareem Choudhry said the technology giant had no specific Xbox Live announcements for the Switch right now. Despite this, the company has somehow 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 like Cuphead in the future.
Microsoft: No plans for an Xbox Live SDK for Switch right now, but expect more games like Cuphead to come to Switch with Live enabled over there next year.
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