Panic Button has been involved with some big projects on Switch. They're handling Wolfenstein II, took on Doom, and also brought Rocket League to Switch. This has lead to the company being requested for some other big Switch titles, and also gives them room to work on original games, according to Panic Button general manager Adam Creighton.
"Nintendo Switch is a fantastic device for us, and we have expertise that very few studios have. So there's a lot that makes sense for us to do, and we're very in demand for extremely high-profile projects. But we're also known for our high-end development work, our 4K work things like Xbox One X and PS4 Pro—we did the 4K update for Rocket League, for example—so there are things there that people are very excited about us doing. So you'll be seeing us doing a lot of contract work on multiple platforms, but also some new original properties... sometime."