Nintendo already scheduled an event wherein it will showcase its forthcoming hybrid console Nintendo Switch. The said event will take place on January 12 and it will be live-streamed so that the company's patrons will be able to watch. Also, the said gaming device will reportedly include games like Pokémon Stars, 'The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild' Skin, LEGO City Undercover and other exciting games.

Tech Times stated in its report that in advance of the official announcement of Nintendo Switch, the rumor mill has been revolving about the upcoming console. The speculations include the line-up of games accessible upon the hybrid console's introduction. The games which are confirmed to be available for Nintendo Switch includes Pokémon Stars, a skin based on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, LEGO City Undercover and a lot more.

There has been leak information which seems to confirm that there will also be a Pokémon game coming to the Nintendo Switch. A description for the Nintendo Switch, which has since been taken down, stated that gamers of the console will be able to play Pokémon at home as they would be able to play Skyrim on the go. Although it was not yet confirmed, there are speculations last year that Pokémon Stars is coming to the hybrid console in 2017.

Also, there were several pages of an internal document said to belong to game accessory company Hori which leaked recently on Twitter. One of the notable contents of the leaked pages is a skin for the hybrid console that is based on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This will be good news for fans of the Zelda series, as there will be a possibility that it'll among the launch date lineup of the Nintendo Switch.

Eurogamer also noted some of the other games that will be available for Nintendo Switch. One of which is LEGO City Undercover. It will arrive in Spring 2017 and it is also anticipated to become available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

Other than that, Rime, Project Sonic 2017, Just Dance 2017, Dragon Quest XI, Dragon Quest X, Seasons of Heaven, Stardew Valley, Cube Life: Island Survival and Constructor are the other video games that are expected to become accessible to Nintendo Switch.

Moreover, there are a lot of anticipations about the upcoming Nintendo Switch but then its launch is just around the corner so it is advised to just wait for the live-stream to avoid confusions.