Doom and Wolfenstein II coming to Switch

Bethesda has thrown its support behind Nintendo Switch in a big way. Usually Nintendo home consoles struggle to get mature content, as publishers feel there is not enough of...
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Bethesda has thrown its support behind Nintendo Switch in a big way. Usually Nintendo home consoles struggle to get mature content, as publishers feel there is not enough of a market to justify the investment. Doom hits during the winter, and Wolfenstein II is coming next year.

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