Two unexpected shooters are coming to Nintendo Switch

Allan Goodman
September 15, 2017

So it looks like the fears of having a Nintendo Switch with no heavy hitters later on in the year were far from the mark, and the console is adding some heavy hitters to its incredible library of games. 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 Switch images were taken from the game's debut trailer, unveiled during the Nintendo Direct presentation, and while they do show evidence of a downgrade, there isn't as much disparity as you may expect.

As sales of the WiiU started to decline, developers abandoned the console to focus on creating truly AAA games for the PS4 and Xbox One. The Switch version will include both the campaign and the return of id multiplayer. This is to say that the Switch will be getting two, high-profiled, graphically demanding first-person shooters within the next year.

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Regardless, it's a major win for the Switch to have Bethesda along for the ride. The game will be accompanied by another retro title's modern remake, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. The fact that Bethesda is making such a commitment with a new game is great to see, too, and it suggests that we could see more from the company throughout the Switch's lifespan.

As revealed at last night's Nintendo Direct event, Bethesda has announced that it's bringing Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus to the Nintendo Switch.

These new announcements will prove big news for fans who have seen a lot of the biggest titles of 2017 past it by. Let us know on our Facebook or Twitter, and join our Discord for game chat and more!

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