Doom for Nintendo Switch compared to Sony's PlayStation 4

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Thanks To publisher Bethesda. However, with the Switch not being as powerful as the PS4 and Xbox One, it's inevitable that DOOM will have to undergo a visual downgrade before it makes the transition to Nintendo's console, and new side-by-side comparisons show how much has been changed.

The Hybrid Console by Nintendo is getting two fantastic sweet new additions to its list of treats and an even sweeter for the console owners and fans. Bethesda and Nintendo have revealed that Doom and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be coming to the Switch, giving owners some more recent Bethesda titles to play. Yet the game stood on its own two feet and was praised by fans and critics alike for its all guns blazing gameplay, and its unbelievable soundtrack. Additionally, because of size constraints, the physical version of the game will only have the single player campaign at first, with multiplayer being added in a later update.

Wolfenstein II The New Order will hit the PS4, Xbox One and PC on October 27th.

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In addition to the announcement, we also saw some gameplay screenshots of DOOM Nintendo Switch version. The surprise wasn't due to DOOM's ultra-violence (how quickly some gamers forget the existence of Nintendo console exclusives such as MadWorld, Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem, and Doom 64).

If you flinched the first time you saw a meaty Mancubus charging at you in last year's critically acclaimed DOOM, wait till you get up close and even more personal with rampaging demons in DOOM VFR.

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