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With the long-awaited Nintendo Switch version of the excellent DOOM Eternal set to hit the handheld-console hybrid on December 8 via the Nintendo Switch eShop. Yeah, it looks like a physical release isn't happening -- but regardless of that getting to see idTech 7 running on the Switch is something of a minor miracle - with miracle makers Panic Button behind the port.

The same team that brought both DOOM (2016) and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus to the Switch.



Sure it's a lot blurrier on the Switch, a lot, but it still looks like DOOM Eternal. And being able to play this on the go will be pretty awesome. That is, in the very limited places we can go. The Switch version also includes the multiplayer BATTLEMODE with the addition of gyro-controls for aiming -- if that's your sort of thing.

For more on DOOM Eternal be sure to check out our full review.



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