Not sure the point got across with my first post in this thread. So I'll say it more bluntly this time...
Switch is getting plenty of third party support. Outside of games that clearly can't run on the Switch, and greedy western devs (looking at you EA, Activision, WB) it's getting third party support from every major company.
Sega supports it with Sonic Mania, SMTV, and Puyo Puyo.
NIS supports it with Disgaea 5, Ys VIII, and many more.
Bethesda supports it with Skyrim, Wolfenstein, and Doom.
Namco Bandai supports it with DBZ Xenoverse 2.
SquareEnix supports it with Octopath, DQB, and DQ XI
Ubisoft supports it with Rayman Origins, and Mario X Rabbids
Capcom supports it with Monster Hunter XX, and USF2.
Big third party developers supported the Wii as well. Remember that final fantasy game?
Ubisoft, I am sure, were surprised as hell when Rabbids ended up being a good game.
Capcom has supported since the Wii days. But where are the big games? Resident Evil, real Street fighter, etc.
You are mistaking big companies with big games. We are getting more of the same, more or less. Remember my OP? I said I am missing a few games and it is not totally hopeless, but still questionable.
Where is CoD?
We are getting Bully and we got LA Noire. You consider those big games or after thoughts? We got Skyrim! A decade old game that was hinted at on the Wii U. Yay!
I am glad you did not fully spit your drink out, but I hope I got my point across.