So, noting that the Switch is modular with its inputs, I'm sure we've all had some thoughts as to what this could mean for potential joy-con controllers to be switched out/attachments that can be made with the screen. I mocked up a few of the ideas. They aren't the greatest photoshop jobs, but they illustrate my points I think and make for interesting thoughts to consider at the least I think. This one might actually not even need to utilize the connection ports for the joy-con, but could simply be a physical device both can securely lock into. Very recently, someone at Nintendo had state that there is the ability in the future to get the unit to work for VR, I think how I explained above would be the logical way that they could go about doing that, if they end up interested in pursuing that gameplay style, I can't help but think that a Metroid Prime or Pikmin game could be amazing in VR. This one seems least likely to me, but the potential is there. The reason I question how likely it is, is that any games made for landscape are only going to be playable on the handheld and not on your TV. Sure, the same is true of VR, however there is definitely a market for VR, I'm not sure you could sell too many people on the idea that they need a specific controller in order to play certain games in portrait mode instead of landscape. Still, the possibility certainly remains. This is probably the most likely thing to happen, if no other versions of Joy-Con controllers come out, I have a suspicion that a Gamecube version will be made, especially for when the system gets a Super Smash Bros. game. edit: Here is an idea by Veho below, I liked it a lot, so I mocked it up in the same style, seems highly possible something like this may happen: What do you think? Are there any other cool ideas I missed? Tell me what you think!