'Doom' arrives on Nintendo Switch November 10th

Cesar Mills
October 17, 2017

The Nintendo Switch version will feature a competitive multiplayer mode, which has 12 modes, 18 maps, and all downloadable content included.

The team is confident the game will work on the Switch because of technical analysis done after the release of Doom past year. In the interview, creative director Hugo Martin and executive producer Marty Stratton discuss how they worked with developer Panic Button to bring the shooter to Nintendo's latest console.

Will you be picking up Doomon the Nintendo Switch?

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.

Speaking of multiplayer, there will not be split screen co-op for the game. All three are at the point of being "nice to play again" purchases for the majority, so hopefully they won't encroach too much on each others sales.

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To commemorate this announcement, Bethesda and id have released a new developer interview that details some of the Switch version's new features.

The signs are looking good for Skyrim on Nintendo Switch, which was recently praised by Eurogamer. As you may recall, this shooter was announced for Switch in mid-September and Bethesda confirmed that it would be available later this year. Following this release, we can look forward to another of the publisher's major titles in the form of Wolfenstein II.

Doom will be followed by the Nintendo Switch port of Skyrim a week later on November 17.

As Martin states, it has certainly been a long time since DOOM has been on a Nintendo system.

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