Switch continues to get in the best for Nintendo platform as the latest news suggests that Bethesda has firm plans to roll out two new titles for the Switch lovers. The recent Nintendo Direct has surely brought some surprising and exciting news for all of us and the two titles are:
- Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Excited much? The Wolfenstein is a bit late maybe next year but DOOM will be here in a matter of months. We can’t tell the exact dates but your Christmas and New year surprises are fully ready. DOOM is powered by Vulkan which has got a firm back up by Nintendo Switch. If you don’t have an idea of what Vulkan is capable of doing, it can actually run DOOM at 60 fps.
So, is DOOM worthwhile? Well, if you’re the kind of gamer who wants a brilliant 10-14 hour campaign where you’ll shoot and listen to metal breakdowns, then yes, 100%. If you’re the kind of gamer that didn’t even consider the single player when looking at this game, then no. DOOM in 2016 is possibly the best single player experience you can have with an FPS on modern consoles and for that alone, it is deserving of praise. Oh, and also you don’t aim down sights. That’s probably the best part of it all, actually.
If you’ve been searching for a bombastic single player FPS, then you need not look any further than this new DOOM game. If you want a special multiplayer experience, though, DOOM doesn’t deliver as well.