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Bethesda surprised fans last week by re-releasing Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 on the latest consoles, including Switch. Digital Foundry has now examined the ports in greater detail, which are a bit of a mixed bag.

Doom and Doom II, which were handled by Nerve Software, suffer the most. These ports have uneven pixels, incorrect aspect ratio, jutter due to uneven frame persistence, overly bright lighting, and issues with music playback speed and poor sound effect playback.

Yesterday, Bethesda brought three classic Doom games to Switch. Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 can all be found on the eShop. These launches were great news for fans, but it didn’t come without a bit of controversy.

In order to play the classic Doom games, players have been required to log in to a Bethesda.net account. It’s far from the worst thing in the world, but some viewed it as an inconvenience while others simply weren’t interested in signing up. Thankfully, a fix is on the way.

Doom 3 Switch footage

Posted on 1 month ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments

Doom 3 was one of the few Doom games that landed on Switch today. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

A trio of classic Doom games have landed on the Switch eShop. Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 can be purchased starting today. However, there’s one element about the experience that some players have taken issue with.

In order to play the Doom Switch ports, you’re required to log in to a Bethesda.net account. If you stay signed in, it seems that each title can be played offline. It might be a bit of a hassle if you want to jump in right away – especially if you don’t have an account already and aren’t interested in creating one – but you should be all set after logging in.

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Bethesda released a trio of classic Doom games on Switch today. Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 are all live on the eShop.

We can thank Panic Button’s efforts for making Doom 3 possible on Switch. The company ported the game over, the company confirmed on Twitter.

Panic Button also has another Switch game out today. Wolfenstein: Youngblood is now available, which was ported by the studio.

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Bethesda has shared a trailer for the re-released versions of Doom, Doom II, and Doom 3 that are all out now on Switch. View the video below.