I think Nintendo is quietly working with the Taiwanese/Japanese company that's providing the streaming service for Control and Hitman III that were announced earlier today. Many people are raving the service works surprisingly well for something that basically just shadow dropped.
I can't help but wonder if this is test ground for maybe even a NSO "Pro subscription" where Nintendo could offer say a number of 3rd party streaming titles on top of the standard NSO stuff for say $8.99 or $9.99 a month. You get like say a collection of 15-20 3rd party games to play on top of NSO games and benefits.
Even if not, the current model is not bad, $39.99 is a pretty good price for games like Control and Hitman. Data miners already have also dug up Resident Evil 3 Remake is coming to Switch in a Cloud version, and Dark Golem a spot on Capcom leaker who leaked MH Rise, MH Stories 2 also has said RE7, RE2, and REVillage are also coming to Switch in Cloud versions in the West.
I know everyone would prefer native versions, but Cloud streaming works a lot better than I think the naysayers try to say. Games are definitely playable and even shockingly so and 5G is also starting to proliferate which means in the future even portable play for a Switch system is within reach.
Lets be honest too, even if Switch could had hardware that could run PS4/PS5/XSX games, it would still be a pain in the ass for developers to port and many of these games would be a massive headache to fit onto a 64GB cartridge even, let alone 32GB.
In the future even for portable play, with 5G streaming to a Switch may be quite easy to do, and Nvidia DLSS may also mean you can simply use a 360p signal for low data usage that looks almost identical to a 720p-1080p native image for play on the go, only using up say 300MB-480MB of data an hour.
And really this is no work for 3rd party devs. They can just have the PC version and that version streams to Switch, all you need is Switch controller support which is no problem. And sales don't have to be sky high for these games, because there is no porting cost or cartridge cost.