Doom is coming to the Nintendo Switch this November

Pablo Tucker
October 16, 2017

Bethesda has officially confirmed the release date for Doom's Nintendo Switch version: on November 10, the horrendous demons of Mars will officially be out of places to hide.

The announcement came alongside a new interview on the Nintendo YouTube channel with creative director Hugo Martin and executive producer Marty Stratton, both from id Software.

Nintendo has announced through its Twitter account that the game will be dropping for Nintendo Switch on November 10, 2017. Which is essentially all of it, the entire single player campaign, all difficulty modes, all DLCs, the Arcade mode, and all multiplayer content.

The developers talk about what we can expect from this version of the shooter and also confirm its release date on Switch.

Will you be picking up Doom on Nintendo Switch?

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. They also go into further depth about working with developer Panic Button to ensure DOOM on Nintendo Switch feels as fast, brutal, and true to the experience gamers have loved on other platforms.

That said, it's clear from the screenshots that the visuals have taken an understandable slight hit and the game will be locked at 30 FPS on Switch.

DOOM was one of the biggest surprises of 2016 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, delivering one of the best FPS campaigns of recent memory.

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