Bethesda has been a third party supporter for Nintendo Switch since its announcement and lately, the studio has confirmed Switch version of critically acclaimed shooter DOOM with holidays 2017 release date.

The announcement was made during Nintendo Direct event yesterday where the publisher dropped the surprising bomb out of nowhere. Furthermore, the studio also confirmed Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus for the hybrid console with release date set for sometime next year.

No information related to the additional content such for the game was revealed during the event, but thanks to Engadget for having a talk with the publisher studio where it was revealed that the Switch version will be having all the expansion packs and updates released for the game as of ye, except for SnapMap level.

While it will only include the single-player campaign mode and the multiplayer mode will be available to download separately for free. This separation occurred because of the size limitations of the game on physical copy. Have a look into the reveal footage of the switch version right below;

DOOM was one of the biggest launch of last year and during E3 2017, Bethesda revealed the virtual-reality version which will be developed by id Software for PS VR and HTC VIVE virtual reality headset.

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The game is currently available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!

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