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A new 1.9 update went live for the Switch version of Doom Eternal this week. Aside from bug fixes, it adds a new in-game event.

Below are the full patch notes for the Doom Eternal 1.9 update:

Bethesda has issued a first update for its recently-released Switch remaster for Quake. It comes with improvements to controls, the addition of bot support to multiple Deathmatch maps, improvements to bot functionality, and bug fixes.

Below are the full patch notes for the Quake update:

Switch users can now download a new 1.17 update for The Elder Scrolls: Blades. It brings back the spooky nighttime town, a week of daily Event Quests for the Witches Festival, and new items in the Sigil Shop.

Below are the full patch notes for this week’s update regarding The Elder Scrolls: Blades version 1.17:

Bethesda has readied a new 1.16 update for The Elder Scrolls: Blades. It includes new Event Quests, Ultimate Items at the Sigil Shop, Harvest’s End event, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

Update (8/20): Amazon now has pre-orders here. Doom 2016 is physical, but everything else in the package is digital.


Original (8/19): A collection of DOOM games called DOOM Slayers Collection has been listed at Best Buy for pre-order. This collection comes with DOOM, DOOM II, DOOM 3, DOOM 2016, and DOOM 64 all in one physical package.

This listing does not specify if these games will all be included on the cartridge or if an additional online download will be required. But, there is a release date of September 2, 2021 and a price of $49.99.

All these details and more can be found at this link and screenshots from the listing are included below. 

Footage has emerged for the brand new Switch version of Quake. Get a look at some footage showing the first-person shooter below.

Quake is currently up on the Switch eShop. For more on the game, head on over here. We also have information about an upcoming physical release here.

The next major piece of Doom Eternal DLC, The Ancient Gods – Part Two – is almost here on Switch. It’s set for release on August 26, Bethesda and id Software just announced.

Here’s an overview of the DLC:

The classic first-person shooter Quake was just announced and released for Switch a short while ago. Although the initial launch took place on the eShop, physical versions are happening as well. Limited Run Games will be producing three versions.

Quake will have a standard physical release on Switch in addition to a “Deluxe Edition” and “Ultimate Edition”. Here’s what each includes:

After it was rated by the ESRB earlier today, Quake has landed on Switch. The classic first-person shooter has returned with updated visuals, online local multiplayer and co-op, gyro controls, and more.

Here’s some additional information:

Bethesda, id Software, and Machine Games are bringing Quake to Switch, a listing from the ESRB reveals. This appears to be a re-release of the original game.

QuakeCon will be held today, and the announcement will almost certainly be made during the event. The show’s first session is planned to celebrate the series as a whole. Another session for August 20 will cover the “revitalized edition” of the first-person shooter.

When Quake is officially announced for Switch, we’ll be sure to let you know.

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