Thanks To publisher Bethesda.
The first person shooter earned itself a Metacritic rating of 85% on PC and PS4, with the Xbox One version out-shining them both with an 87%.
Nintendo unveiled a swathe of new Switch and 3DS titles last night, including a brand new Super Mario Odyssey-themed Switch hardware bundle and the news that Bethesda's critically acclaimed Doom (2016) and upcoming Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus titles will also be heading to Switch over the next year. So to all Doom fans, you can stop expecting Doom 2 to come out this year because it is not happening. With the Switch being able to support such a massive game like Skyrim, that opens the door to other developers, like Rockstar Games, to step in and shake things up if they were to release a game like Grand Theft Auto or Red Dead Redemption for the handheld-hybrid console.More news: Canelo-GGG: Which knockout artist has the edge?
DOOM isn't the only Bethesda game that will be coming to Switch, as there are actually a few other releases that are on the horizon. Doom was developed by id Software and ran on id Tech 6 an Engine whose propriatery rights are owned by Bethesda. In addition, the physical version of the game will only include to single-player campaign due to size limitations and the multiplayer mode will need to be downloaded. Wolfenstein II, meanwhile, will debut on those three systems on October 27.
If the arrival of Skyrim did not seem enough, you will be happy to know that Bethesda has more things prepared for Nintendo Switch.
For more news on when Doom and Wolfenstein 2 will be coming to the Switch stay tuned.