Nintendo Switch fans have been given some good games news by Bethesda.
The Nintendo Switch version of Doom has been given a release date, and there’s not long to wait.
Doom has been given a November 10 release date on Nintendo Switch, which is just a couple of weeks after the launch of Super Mario Odyssey.
The Nintendo Switch port is developed by Panic Button, the studio responsible for the upcoming Rocket League port on Switch.
Doom contains the full campaign and suite of multiplayer maps, as well as post-release updates and DLC.
This includes all of the difficulty modes for anybody keen for a challenge.
But the Doom Nintendo Switch Edition won’t be an exact port of the PS4 and Xbox One versions.
Doom Switch Edition won’t come with the SnapMap level editor, which lets fans create and share their own maps.
Interestingly, anybody who buys the retail edition will have to download the multiplayer section of the game separately.
Doom will be followed by the Nintendo Switch port of Skyrim a week later on November 17.
The signs are looking good for Skyrim on Nintendo Switch, which was recently praised by Eurogamer.
“It’s the consistency in performance that’s really impressive, especially compared to the last-gen versions of the game,” the site explains.
“The wobbly frame-rates with hitching and stuttering during traversal and combat simply aren’t an issue on Switch: that 30 frames per second is as close to locked as you’re going to get.”
The performance is compared to the PS4 and Xbox one versions, which released last year.