Nintendo Switch Get Their Hands On Skyrim

Nintendo Switch Get Their Hands On Skyrim

The company seems to be drifting off into the mature territory for the first time as during the Nintendo Direct Presentation, a surprising announcement was made.

So it looks like the fears of having a Nintendo Switch with no heavy hitters later on in the year were far from the mark, and the console is adding some heavy hitters to its fantastic library of games. 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. You can take a look at the comparison screenshots below.

After all, who would have imagined that a game like Doom would land on the Switch? If Nintendo can continue to nab some big third-party support while continuing to knock it out of the park with their first-party games, then they will definitely be giving the competition a run for their money.

It was also confirmed that Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be heading to the Switch next year, although no other details were given.

"Nintendo announced last night that both the 2016 version of Doom as well as the upcoming release of Wolfenstein II" The New Colossus are coming to the Nintendo Switch. Still, Switch owners will have the benefit of being able to play the game at home or on the road, which is fantastic for these types of games.

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.