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SwitchUP said:
Vodacixi said:

At least Wolfenstein Younglbood on Switch was always available for preorder since day one. Also, they actually showed some form of gameplay footage before release:

Minute 3:24. That blurry mess is obviously the Switch version....

Meanwhile, on the same video, on minute 3:11... DOOM Eternal appears with a CGI video. Also, it has no specific release date (coming soon), while Wolfenstein Younglblood does (July 26, 2019).

There's clearly something going on with DOOM Eternal on Switch. And Bethesda is handling this situation very poorly. They could have adressed the issue on the last Direct, but they didn't. It would have been very easy to say: "Hey guys, Panic Button is working very hard to make DOOM Eternal the best way possible for the Switch. However, they need more time so the game will be delayed X months. I hope you understand. Meanwhile, we are releasing DOOM 64 for the first time since 1997. Have fun with it. Bye".

There may be something going on, sure. But it's far from a fact. I remember with mortal kombat, they never showed it, and it was coming soon. Alot of people were saying the same things as with doom eternal. I think this will be the same situation. They're not focusing on it publicly because it's not going to sell more than any of the other versions. PC, xbox, and ps4 is what they will talk about, show, etc... so until Bethesda says otherwise, it's coming when they said it was.

Mortal Kombat 11 was, just as Youngblood, available for preorder on Switch since it was announced. Also, while they were recluctant to show gameplay footage on Youtube, they brought the game to PAX and people atending the event were able to play the game and give their impressions. We had prove that the game actually existed.

Do we have any tangible prove that DOOM Eternal on Switch is real? I mean, besides Bethesda saying that it was coming to the Switch like... a year and a half ago? Because that's the only thing we have. They haven't said anything about it since then.