Doom Eternal is still switching, but will be a digital only release

On November 19, customers who pre-ordered the Switch version of Doom Eternal at GameStop began reporting on Twitter that their pre-order was cancelled. The game was already released on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in March, with no Switch version footage and no date announced. Many saw this as a sign that the game was likely to be cancelled. .. However, this is not the case.

After some Ambiguous assertions Bethesda hadn’t “announced” that Doom Eternal on Switch had been canceled, so Bethesda confirmed to that Doom Eternal was coming to Switch soon, but there was no physical release.

“Doom Eternal is 100% on track for the imminent digital-only release on Nintendo Switch, but the pre-order was canceled because there was no physical release at the retail store,” a Bethesda spokeswoman said. Told . They advised that customers who pre-ordered the game would “get a full refund.”

Between waiting a long time and Microsoft buying Bethesda, fans of Nintendo’s hybrid system had reason to worry that the game wouldn’t launch in the console. Little is known about the Switch version, such as whether Ancient Gods DLC will be available. However, if you skip the physical release, the file size can be large. The maximum size of the game card is 32GB.

In the meantime, you can stream Doom Eternal to your smart fridge if you want.

Doom in 2016 appeared on Switch and won 7/10 in GameSpot reviews. The developer’s emergency button also handles eternal ports.

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