Details, however, are scant: Neither Digital Extremes nor Panic Button have announced a release date, and neither have they confirmed the heavily-expected full cross-play functionality that will allow Switch players to team up with users on any other platform.
Doom and Wolfstein port developer Panic Button has partnered with Warframe's developer, Digital Extremes, to make this transition happen.
Susumu Tanaka, senior executive officer at Nintendo, has an exact number in mind: "We started working with indie developers during the Wii U generation".
Warframe was already one of the most successful free-to-play games on the market, and after that preview, I suspect it will find even more fans.
Ever wished you could play Warframe on the bus, in bed, or on the toilet? The game is played entirely in third person and has players using the Warframe armour as the enigmatic Tenno, descendants of an ancient and mystical civilisation, who are awakened from centuries of cyro sleep to help restore peace throughout the solar system. The game will be released for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC on October 9th. The game also gives players the ability to join clans, tame animals, upgrade armour and explore a huge open world - what's not to like?
Not too long ago, the Nintendo Switch's library grew to include the likes of Epic Games' wildly popular multiplayer sandbox survival title, Fortnite, which led to owners of the Big N's hybrid mobile console giving the game's player base a big boost.
Since its release the game has received its fair share of criticism, with Gamespot awarding the game 6/10.