The Nintendo Switch is still being built in Japan, so it’s unclear how the console will perform on its new, larger hardware.
With a few exceptions, the system will be able to run games on the PS4 Pro, Xbox One X, and PlayStation VR, but the system’s controller will be limited to the standard Switch’s analog sticks.
That means you’ll have to rely on the touchpad or the Wii Remote, which will be restricted to gamepad functionality, and you’ll need to stick to the side of the console for directional inputs.
However, we can expect the Switch to be able run games with all the traditional controls that it has now.
That includes an analog stick, triggers, and analog sticks, but it also includes motion controls like the Joy-Con controllers, and the Joycon sticks can even be used for the Switch’s motion-sensing camera, which means you can use a controller with motion controllers and motion tracking.
The Nintendo TV Remote will still be able connect to the system and connect to any gamepad, but you won’t be able use it to navigate menus or other game features.