Microsoft's blossoming friendship with Nintendo continued today with the news that Ori and the Blind Forest Definitive Edition will arrive on Switch next month.
The hit 2015 game by Moon Studio joins Cuphead and Minecraft as Microsoft-owned IP making the move to Nintendo's console. It was revealed as part of Nintendo's latest indie game showcase ahead of Gamescom.
The news follows the E3 reveal of Banjo-Kazooie coming to Nintendo's Super Smash Bros series. Banjo and Kazooie are characters that made their debut on N64, but are now owned by Xbox. Elsewhere, Microsoft's recently acquired studios Double Fine, Ninja Theory and Obsidian all have titles due for Nintendo Switch.