The developer of Vancouver SkyBox Labs , known for supporting projects such as Minecraft and Halo, has been responsible for making Minecraft’s Bedrock Engine compatible with Nintendo Switch . Thanks to this service, we can share worlds of servers of both Xbox consoles, PC, Android and iOS with the Nintendo hybrid console.
This has been confirmed in a press release:
Vancouver’s game development studio, SkyBox Labs, has been responsible for bringing the Bedrock version of Minecraft to Nintendo Switch. This company has spent most of the previous year working on Minecraft projects, including the Better Together update. With the Bedrock version, Minecraft players on Nintendo Switch can now connect with friends on non-Nintendo platforms, such as Xbox One, Windows 10 PC, Android and iOS.