Doom Gets A November Release Date For Nintendo Switch

Bethesda has formally confirmed the launch date for Doom’s Nintendo Switch version: on November 10th, 2017 for both North America and Europe. The company also collaborated with Nintendo to set out a new video containing interviews with executive producer Marty Stratton and creative director Hugo Martin.

“You won’t find another game like this on the Nintendo Switch right now, which is what I think we’re really excited about,” said Stratton. “Doom really kind of establishes its own space and has its very own unique feel, and it really is a perfect on-the-go game. You can just play for 20 or 30 minutes”.

The Nintendo Switch version includes nearly everything that’s been previously released for Doom, which includes the multiplayer maps and modes, 18 maps and 12 modes in total since the DLC is all included, with this port being developed by id Software in conjunction with Panic Button.

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