No, third party support was strong right from the start, reviewers neither ignored the Swtch games.
Switch had 85 games with a MetaScore of 75 or better in its first 10 months:
I don't measure support by the number of games released.
I'm sure this is counting 7th and 6th gen ports, not 8th gen titles. I don't see this as support, but the opposite of support, is releasing scraps to make some quick money. I don't bother with those ports at all, I've even bought some of them and I think they are positive for Switch ecosystem, but really getting support i.e. games developed for Switch (either exclusives or multiplat) or even porting current gen games, that's count are really supporting and the real support only becomes clear and visible for me last year
Then I'm wondering what changed last year / was better support compared to previous years in your opinion.
If we don't count indie games (even if they are awesome like Hades) and ports of older games as support... what is still remaining as 2020 third party support on Switch?
Which 2020 AA or AAA third party games were released contemporary on Switch and other platforms, not much later than on other platforms? Which 2020 AA or AAA third party games were released exclusive on Switch?
Where are the Switch versions of 8th gen Assassin's Creeds, Call of Duties, Tomb Raiders, Hitmans, Yakuzas, GTA5/RDR2, Jedi Fallen Order...?
Last edited by Conina - on 27 February 2021