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Quake Episode Enyo

To celebrate the upcoming launch of Slave Zero X, Quake just released a free mod for all players titled Episode Enyo.

The mod includes five new maps, eight new weapons, 8 new music tracks, 248 new sound effects, and new enemies. It’s set before the events of Slave Zero X and follows the story of Enyo, an assassin who was originally contracted to kill the SovKhan, Slave Zero X’s tyrannical ruler, before being forced to serve him as the Second of the Five Calamities.

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Bethesda has made new add-ons available for a couple of its classic Switch releases, with Doom (1993) and Doom II receiving SIGIL II while Quake players can access QDOOM.

SIGIL II is a free episode containing nine levels. John Romero, one of the co-founders of id Software, led the way on its development.

Quake update 1.7 Beyond Belief

The re-release of Quake has received a new 1.7 update on Switch, and it includes the Beyond Belief add-on.

Beyond Belief was first released in 1997 and was one of the game’s earliest mods. According to Bethesda, “it gained notoriety for its tough-but-fair gameplay and skillful difficulty curve”. The add-on is an eight-map adventure for all players to explore for free.

Doom Eternal Collector's Edition Switch

Limited Run Games announced last month that it’s planning a physical release for Doom Eternal on Switch, and has now shared further details – including news about collector’s editions.

Fans will be able to choose between four versions in total. The lineup includes a standard edition, Steelbook Edition, Special Edition, and Ultimate Edition. The Special Edition features the steelbook as well as a metal keychain, replica silver gate key, a poster, and more. The Ultimate Edition contains offerings from the Classic Edition plus vinyl cover art prints, am mini shotgun replica, poster with frame, and more.

doom eternal update 6.66 rev 2

Doom Eternal players on Switch can grab the latest update, as Bethesda just released version 6.66 rev 2.

The patch contains new accessibility features, quality of life improvements, and bug fixes. That’s along with Battlemode 2.0 adjustments and bug fixes.

The full patch notes for the Doom Eternal version 6.66 update rev 2 are as follows:

Doom Eternal physical

Limited Run Games has offered a few different Doom titles on Switch in physical format, and the tradition continues with Doom Eternal. Plans for a boxed edition were just announced just the company’s digital showcase.

We’ve actually come full circle with Doom Eternal. When the title was first announced, there were plans for a retail launch. However, the Switch version ended up being delayed, and the physical version was scrapped. Limited Run Games has now come through with plans for a boxed version.

Doom Arrival

New content is now available for the Switch versions of Doom and Doom II, as both titles have received the Arrival add-on. Players can initiate the download on the main menu.

Arrival acts as an 11-level episode replacement pack. It was made by Pavera and features music by Doom community alum AD_79. Collaborated elements with other notable names in the modding scene are also included.

Doom Eternal update 6.66

A major 6.66 update has just arrived for the Switch version of Doom Eternal. It features Horde Mode, BATTLEMODE 2.0, two new Arenas, new earnable cosmetics, the new playable Demon Dread Knight, three new Master Levels, and more.

Below are the full patch notes for the Doom Eternal version 6.66 update:

Nightdive Studios’ remastered version of the dark fantasy shooter Quake, originally developed by id Softwre, has received a whole host of new bloody content through the newly released Update 2, not only providing the usual bug fixes, but adding new features like a new add-on, named simply “Honey,” and an all-new Horde Mode, designed by Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus developers MachineGames, who also developed the new episodes exclusive to the renmaster.

Check out the extensive patch notes for yourself down below.

doom eternal update 1.9

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:

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