While the PS4, Xbox One and PC get a lot of the same titles announced for them, the Nintendo Switch still gets left out.
Top titles passed the console by in 2017, something that looks set to change this year.
There are some big rumoured games for the Switch, including Call of Duty Black Ops 4.
This is reportedly set to be announced in May, however, no official development details have been shared.
And it looks like another big game is set to be revealed for the Switch this year.
According to a recent retail listing, Spyro: Reignited Trilogy will be announced at some point in the future.
A new listing from the UK’s official Nintendo site appears to have confirmed the release prematurely.
Screenshots of a new Nintendo Switch games Spyro landing page were taken before the retail listing was removed.
While other retail listings can be ignored, it’s a little harder to explain how something like this could be posted by mistake.
The listing also came with a 39.99 price point, which could also point to the game being announced sooner rather than later.
Fans will have to wait and find out if and when the new Spyro series of games will be making its way to the Switch.
Activision haven’t said anything about a port yet, although this could all change during E3 2018.
It wouldn’t be a huge surprise if the game was shown during Nintendo’s Direct event, which will be back in full force this year.
There were several leaks before the new Spyro announcement was made earlier this month, some of which included a Switch release.
While fans will be hoping to see the purple Dragon return in 2018, there’s also the chance that Spyro on Switch could be a 2019 launch.
It was recently revealed by Bethesda Community Manager Pete Hines that a Switch port for the new Elder Scrolls card game could be possibility.
“Honestly I think everything is on the table,” Hines told Dualshockers.
“At the end of the day – and this is true for every game, not just Legends – we like to try and get our games to as many platforms as possible, so that as many people as possible have the option to play.
Hines points towards games like Doom and Wolfenstein 2, which in the case of Doom, has successfully been ported to Switch.
“You see it on the Switch when we bring games like Doom and Skyrim and Wolfenstein 2,” he continued.
“We spend a lot of time and effort making these things, and the bigger the audience, the better. So yeah, I would love to see us do this on consoles and Switch.
“But there is a lot of things that we want to do to continue to grow the competitive scene and put out new content, to update and refresh the UI and the player experience.
“We have a giant bucket list of stuff we’re constantly working on, so yeah. I hope that happens, but we’ll have to see.”