With The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim already announced for the Nintendo Switch, it was only a matter of time before more Bethesda titles would also be heading to the console. Announced at the Nintendo Direct presentation, both id Software's Doom from last year, and the upcoming Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus by MachineGames are heading to the Nintendo console.
The full presentation is seen below, with the Bethesda related segment starting at 24:39.
Doom will be available for the Switch sometime this holiday season, and Bethesda has confirmed to Polygon that it will include the entire single-player campaign as well as multiplayer, however, the two will be separate downloads. Sadly, the SnapMap multiplayer level creation tool will be missing from this edition.
Meanwhile, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be available in 2018 for the Switch, following the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 launch on October 27 this year. The game picks up where Wolfenstein: The New Order left off, with B.J. Blazkowicz now in America, seeking to overthrow the Nazi regime.
Skyrim's Switch release date was also finally announced during the event, with players getting to experience being the Dragonborn on the console starting November 17.
Source: Nintendo (YouTube)
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