When Bethesda announced a Nintendo Switch version of Doom last month, it failed to mention a release date. Today, the company rectified that by announcing that players can begin their demon-slaying journey on the portable hybrid console on November 10.
An interview with id Software's Creative Director Hugo Martin and Executive Producer Marty Stratton, along with some added gameplay footage from the Switch version can be seen above.
The Switch port will include the lengthy and highly praised single-player campaign in its entirety as well as all the difficulty modes that come with it. Meanwhile, the only feature missing from the multiplayer mode is the SnapMap level creation tool. Other than that, all of the multiplayer maps, including the ones that came as DLC, will be available to all players.
Lastly, the score attack Arcade Mode that arrived for Doom as a post-launch update is also present in this version. The mode is perfect for those who just want to annihilate enemies with all the powerups unlocked. The game will run on the console at 30 frames per second.
In addition to Doom's launch on November 10, a number of other Bethesda titles are also on the horizon for the Switch. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim lands on November 17, with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus slated to arrive in 2018.
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