A few months ago, several rumors came to light that Nintendo was preparing remastering of some of its most recognized titles for Switch and that they would arrive this year to the hybrid console. The same information, coming from the specialized medium Venture Beat, spoke of the company working on a new installment of the Paper Mario saga; today Nintendo has confirmed that Paper Mario: The Origami King It will be released on July 17 on Switch.
After hitting the nail on the head with this new game of Paper Mario, the same media talks about that Nintendo is preparing more games to launch on Switch. One of them is Pikmin 3 Deluxe, a renewed and improved version of the real-time strategy title originally published on WiiU seven years ago.
Specifically from Venture Beat they talk about "Other Nintendo studios will have games ready to launch soon", paralleling the short time that elapses between today's announcement of Paper Mario: The Origami King and its July 17 release. In addition to Pikmin 3 Deluxe, the website itself talks about the already leaked remasters of Mario games in three dimensions: we know that Nintendo is preparing to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the plumber with a series of remasters of his most acclaimed 3D games, such as Super mario sunshine
Thus, and although Nintendo has not confirmed anything yet, this year we would also see a remastering of Pikmin 3 on Nintendo Switch. The rumors have enough weight to be credible, especially knowing that the source from which they came already guessed the existence of Paper Mario: The Origami Kin