Doom is Coming to Nintendo Switch in November

Oct 17, 2017, 00:43
Doom is Coming to Nintendo Switch in November

All 18 multiplayer maps and 12 game modes will also be available, as well as all previously available DLC.

Some changes have been made to the game, with Panic Button being the primary experts on knowing what needed to be changed for Doom to run on the Nintendo Switch's hardware.

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Bethesda announced earlier today that the id Software-developed shooter is touching down on Nintendo's console/handheld hybrid on November 10, bringing its unique brand of ultraviolence with it. The company didn't say at the time precisely when the game will be released for Nintendo's gaming console. Members of id Software remind users of the console that they can enjoy the entire original DOOM campaign. But today, we got an official release date. "Our mantra when we were developing it was to remove really all the barriers between the player and the combat", Martin explains in the interview. The exact differences haven't been listed, although it was noted in the interview with Martin and Stratton that the "key features" are all there.

Those other versions also target 60 frames per-second for gameplay, versus the Switch's 30 FPS. "We wouldn't put it in people's hands if we weren't proud of it and we didn't think it was the best possible representation of Doom".

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Will you be picking up Doomon the Nintendo Switch?

Bethesda has revealed when Doom is going to arrive on the Nintendo Switch and it looks like it will be one week before The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim arrives on the Switch. It's launching October 27 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with a later 2018 date for the Switch.

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