Doom For Nintendo Switch Is Coming This November
Nintendo Switch users were more than happy when Doom was announced for Nintendo Switch but, no release date was announced until today as Nintendo has revealed when players will be able to Rip-n-Tear demons on the go on Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo has announced through its Twitter account that the game will be dropping for Nintendo Switch on November 10, 2017. The Switch version of the game might not be as good as the PC and current-gen versions but, ripping up demons on the go has its own charm.
Also, Bethesda has confirmed the game’s resolution on Nintendo Switch. According to the company, the game will run at 720p on both docked and the handheld mode. As for the frame rate the game will run at 30FPS on Nintendo Switch.
The game and rendering technology underlying Doom is extremely scalable. In bringing Doom to Switch, we targeted outstanding visuals at a solid 30 FPS and by maintaining a consistent 30 FPS, the experience remains consistently fluid and smooth. We’ve been thrilled with the feedback that Doom is among the very best looking and performing games on Switch.
Bethesda is also bringing the VR version of the critically acclaimed game titled Doom VFR. Players will be able to experience the game in virtual reality with the VR version of the game that will launch later this year along with Fallout 4 VR. The game will be available for HTC Vive and PSVR.
Wait till you get up close and even more personal with rampaging demons in DOOM VFR. Revealed at Bethesda’s E3 2017 Showcase, DOOM VFR is a new virtual reality game from legendary developer id Software, coming to PlayStation VR and VIVE platforms.
Also, it might not be the only Bethesda title coming to Switch as Shinji Mikami has noted that he would love to bring Evil Within 2 to Switch.
Doom is a first-person action shooter developed by id Software for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.