Nintendo is still mum about their mysterious Pokemon RPG for the Switch, but their most recent financial report will at least give fans something to hang onto, as it pretty much confirmed the existence of the project, and a supplementary release not only revealed the release window for said RPG, but also revealed many of the console’s upcoming first party titles.
According to the report, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is coming up in holiday 2017. There is also a Metroid Prime 4 in the plans but sadly its only marked as “TBD” (To Be Discussed?). As for the Pokemon RPG, it is only referred to as Pokemon RPG for Nintendo Switch (which pretty much sums up everything we know about it so far), but also reveals that it will be released in 2018 or later.
The recent earnings report also announced that Arms has sold over a million copies globally, while Zelda: BoTW, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and the Switch console itself continue to sell like hotcakes, which is good news all around for Nintendo and fans hoping for a healthy commercial life for the console.