Doom will arrive during the holidays but Wolfenstein II won't arrive until sometime next year. Thanks To publisher Bethesda. The lad revealed that Bethesda will launch Doom for the Nintendo Switch in the coming months and they identified it as a new game. So to all Doom fans, you can stop expecting Doom 2 to come out this year because it is not happening. Yet the game stood on its own two feet and was praised by fans and critics alike for its all guns blazing gameplay, and its wonderful soundtrack. Engadget learned from Bethesda that the Switch version will include all updates and DLC, although due to restrictions of the Switch's storage capacities, the multiplayer will need to be downloaded separately.
With Bethesda jumping on board the Switch hype train and releasing two of their biggest titles, it gives a lot of hope for the future that other Triple A developers will make the move to Switch in a big way.
Both games use id Tech 6 and apparently, the engine in question can also run on a technically not so powerful hardware such as Nintendo. On PS4, Xbox One, and PC, Wolfenstein II will be releasing on October 27.
First off, almost all of the game's updates and DLC will be included and the only feature going to be left out is the SnapMap level editor.
If you flinched the first time you saw a meaty Mancubus charging at you in last year's critically acclaimed DOOM, wait till you get up close and even more personal with rampaging demons in DOOM VFR.
Nintendo Switch and every other Nintendo console for that matter had been a family friendly platform.