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Doom will finally get a new patch on Switch this month

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Glad to hear this, the volume bug is sooooo annoying. But it really shouldn't have taken this long. I hope for continued Bethesda support.



     

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Doesn't say anything about performance or graphics. Let's see if we get a res bump in docked mode.



cycycychris said:
Glad to hear this, the volume bug is sooooo annoying. But it really shouldn't have taken this long. I hope for continued Bethesda support.

To be fair, the team that ported it to Switch, Panic Button, also ported and patched Rocket League recently and is working on the port of Wolfenstein II as well so they have certainly been busy which makes it a bit more acceptable.

 

I hope Skyrim & DOOM did well enough for Bethesda to continue Switch support, I would like to see Fallout 4 & The Evil Within games come over.



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KLAMarine said:

Gyro-aiming!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please!!!!!!!!!!!

If they do implement this, I hope it's stable like in Zelda and not erratic like in Resident Evil Revelations! 



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zorg1000 said:
cycycychris said:
Glad to hear this, the volume bug is sooooo annoying. But it really shouldn't have taken this long. I hope for continued Bethesda support.

To be fair, the team that ported it to Switch, Panic Button, also ported and patched Rocket League recently and is working on the port of Wolfenstein II as well so they have certainly been busy which makes it a bit more acceptable.

 

I hope Skyrim & DOOM did well enough for Bethesda to continue Switch support, I would like to see Fallout 4 & The Evil Within games come over.

Patches done on Rocket League are handled by psyonix. One of the devs on ResetERA said Panic Button has done there job and Psyonix will handle patches now.

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cycycychris said:
zorg1000 said:

To be fair, the team that ported it to Switch, Panic Button, also ported and patched Rocket League recently and is working on the port of Wolfenstein II as well so they have certainly been busy which makes it a bit more acceptable.

 

I hope Skyrim & DOOM did well enough for Bethesda to continue Switch support, I would like to see Fallout 4 & The Evil Within games come over.

Patches done on Rocket League are handled by psyonix. One of the devs on ResetERA said Panic Button has done there job and Psyonix will handle patches now.

Thanks for the info, i didnt know that.



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I'm glad they came to their senses...

Would have been smart to get this out right before they put it on sale the other day. At least they got the message that they were making a bad impression on the segment of the Switch community most likely to buy Wolf II.

I think it definitely has the chance to do fairly well at reduced prices. If I'm not mistaken, Doom beat out the Nintendo titles on sale to be the 5th best selling retail title (not going to counting anything that's primarily a DL title) that week behind MK8, Zelda, SMO, and M&R. Fifa and 2K didn't make it unfortunately. It was still at 15, but it's something.



Great. I have the game already but not started it yet. Then i can begin on the updated version.



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I only have a 5 levels left so I guess i'll wait for the patch before finishing. I hope theirs some sort of surprise.



Sounds to me like just bug fixes. IDK why some are excited about a performance boost



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