Doom on Switch gets a confirmed release date for November

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Doom comes to the Nintendo Switch on November 10.

Doom was revealed to be coming to the Switch just last month, along with another id Software IP Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus.

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That kind of consideration demonstrates that fact that id Software has been forced to make some tweaks to the game to make sure it's at its best on the Switch.

Doom Switch Edition won't come with the SnapMap level editor, which lets fans create and share their own maps.

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The developers talk about what we can expect from this version of the shooter and also confirm its release date on Switch.

Martin and Stratton would also like to assure us that DOOM on the Switch will be as fast paced as the other system version, even while running at 30fps.

That includes the (often underrated) multiplayer maps and modes, coming to 18 maps and 12 modes since the DLC is all included, with this port being developed by id Software in conjunction with Panic Button.

That said, it's clear from the screenshots that the visuals have taken an understandable slight hit and the game will be locked at 30 FPS on Switch.

DOOM is immediately available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The developers say that the experience on Switch is quite good, thanks to the great work of Panic Button, who are familiar with the Nintendo games and therefore they were the ones who optimized the FPS.

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